The week ends with a progressive increase in temperatures, although overnight frosts will persist over most of the interior of the peninsula, but with less intensity, except in mountainous areas where they will reach -10ºC. Meteorology (AEMET). Rains from Sunday: Hurricane Juliet is moving away from the Iberian Peninsula, but another Atlantic origin is coming.
By Friday, the minimum and maximum temperatures will continue to escalate and will increase by 1 to 3 degrees in some areas. Even so, frosts will generally continue in the center of the peninsula and will be especially severe in mountainous areas.
For example, in provincial capitals such as León, Zamora and Granada, thermometers will drop to 4 or 5ºC below zero in the afternoon. Southern cities such as Córdoba and Huelva will see daytime highs of 18ºC, but other cities such as Burgos, Pamplona, Logroño and Victoria will have a wintry atmosphere as it will not reach 7ºC, while Madrid will not exceed 10ºC.
As for the precipitation, it will be scarce and in Cantabria, Navarre and the Basque Country there may be light rain, low snow levels, between 500 and 700 meters. In the Balearic Archipelago, there may be a possibility of showering.
On Saturday, March 4, AEMET predicts a new increase in temperatures around the world, which will be particularly noticeable in Extremadura and western Andalusia, areas where the frosts will disappear. However, the rest of the interior of the country will experience frost, possibly particularly severe in the Pyrenees, and it is possible that parts of the island of Mallorca will freeze.
In this way, during the central hours of the day it will reach 20ºC in the Guadalquivir valley and 18ºC on the Mediterranean coast of Andalusia and even in Ourense and Pontevedra. On the contrary, other cities in the interior of the northern third will continue to experience cold weather, although they will already reach a maximum of 10ºC.
On Saturday, AEMET does not expect much rain, except for light rain in eastern Cantabria and some possible isolated showers in the Balearic Islands.
Another storm is coming Sunday
An Atlantic storm will approach the south-west of the peninsula on Sunday 5 March, leaving scattered showers in parts of Extremadura, western Castilla-La Mancha and western Andalusia, with the possibility of spreading to other parts of the south-west throughout the day. Peninsula square.
For today, AEMET predicts a rise in temperature in the east and a slight drop in the west. Thus, during the central hours of the day, it will reach 20ºC in the Guadalquivir valley and in the interior of the Levante communities. Similarly, frost is expected again, especially in the central and inland areas of the northern half.
By the beginning of next week, the storm will approach the Spanish territory and its cloud bands are expected to leave rain in a good part of the western half of the peninsula, without the possibility of rain in the east. However, precipitation is not expected to reach the peninsular Mediterranean Sea or the Balearic Islands.
On Monday, the snow level will be 1200-1500 meters in the southern half, and about 900-1200 meters in the north. Frosts will be limited in mountainous areas.
Tuesday 7 is expected to be a rainy day for most of the country, except for the Mediterranean and the Balearic Islands. As for the temperature, it will exceed 12 or 14ºC in almost the whole country and 20ºC in the Guadalquivir Valley and the Mediterranean communities. However, on Wednesday these precipitations will be confined to the northwest.
In conclusion, AEMET said next week will be uncertain due to changing weather conditions, with cloudy skies and rain from Atlantic fronts affecting temperatures. Thus, the transition from a cold air mass to a warm air mass will cause a noticeable increase in the minimum temperature.
As for the Canary Islands, the weather will remain stable in the coming days. However, in the central hours of the day, the growth of evolution clouds is expected, which may leave weak and isolated rains, although they indicate that they may be more intense in the points of La Palma.
The temperature in the archipelago does not change much, even in some coastal areas it can reach 25ºC. In addition, the wind is not expected to be strong in the coming days.
Source: El Diario