A succession of storms will bring very mixed weather to all of Spain in the coming days
On Monday November 21 a very active Atlantic front will sweep across Spain from northwest to southeast until it reaches the Mediterranean coast at the end of the day, bringing widespread rain to a large part of the country and the Balearic Islands.
On Tuesday November 22 the strong gusts will continue to affect the Mediterranean area, weakening in intensity inland and in the eastern part of the country. In addition, with the arrival of a new mass of cold air, daytime temperatures will plummet, dipping by as much as 5 or 6ºC in many regions.
The state of the sea will also worsen in coastal areas, with waves that will reach 6 metres in Galicia and Cantabria and between 3 and 4 metres in the Balearic Islands.
Nine communities have significant weather warnings in place.
The day will be very overcast in the north and central Spain, but the skies will remain mostly clear or slightly cloudy along the Mediterranean.
The situation becomes much more difficult to predict from Thursday November 24 as the direction of the storm remains unclear; as a result, Aemet has yet to issue any concrete warnings about the intensity of the wind or the sea conditions.
For now, meteorologists expect cloudy skies and some heavy rain in the northwest of Spain, and storms which may be locally strong along the Atlantic coast of Galicia. The rain could also affect the rest of the county with the exception of the Mediterranean area, where the day will be cloudy but most likely dry.
Source: Murcia Today