The State Meteorological Agency (Aemet) expects stable and dry weather to prevail on Sunday in most parts of the country, with maximum temperatures that will rise in most of the peninsula and will be significantly higher in the interior and Majorca. Except for Galicia, where there can be a drop due to precipitation.
High temperatures will trigger hazard warnings for 19 provinces, with maximums reaching 40 degrees in the cities of Cordoba and Granada, according to Emmett. In Córdoba, Granada and Jaen, as well as in Navarra, the warnings will be orange due to the heat – meaning high risk -, while in the remaining 15 provinces the warning will be yellow (danger), especially between 1:00 pm and 9:00 pm.
High temperatures inland and Mallorca
Specifically, Huesca, Teruel and Zaragoza; Albacete, Ciudad Real, Cuenca and Guadalajara; Girona and Lida. Valencia. alava. Madrid. La Rioja and Mallorca will have a yellow warning, to which Menorca will be added, in this case due to ressagas (fluctuations in sea level in ports, bays or bays).
Temperatures are likely to reach 36-38 degrees in most of the interior of the southern, central and inner half of Mallorca, and 38-40 degrees in the valleys of Guadalquivir and Ebro. With regard to the minimum temperatures, the general rise will prevail, although a slight decrease occurs in the Canary Islands, and is more pronounced in the central regions, where the trade winds also blow with the western islands.
The sky will be slightly cloudy or with intermittent periods of medium and high clouds in much of the country, with periods of morning low clouds in the areas of the eastern third of the peninsula and the strait.
Precipitation in northwest Galicia
The Atlantic front will touch the extreme northwest of the peninsula and will leave possible precipitation in northwest Galicia, without excluding the western Sea of Cantabria.
Clouds of diurnal development will be recorded in the inner part of the eastern third, without excluding dry storms, which may sometimes be accompanied by precipitation in mountainous areas. In the Canary Islands there will be periods of low clouds in the north of the islands.
In addition, fog is likely in the southeast of the peninsula and in the Balearic Islands, which will spread to the rest of the southeastern half of the peninsula.
Morning mists or haze are not excluded in the interior of the Valencian community, east of Castilla La Mancha and in the Cantabrian mountain range. In the last hours, some fog or mist may also appear in the Strait and Alboran region.
The trade winds blow in the Canary Islands, with strong periods in the western islands tending to subside. On the slopes of the Atlantic Ocean, Cantabria and in the upper and middle of the Ebro, winds prevail from the west and southwest, and in the Mediterranean area they are from the east and southeast.