Seven provinces continue on alert by snowfall that will leave up to 15 centimeters thick

Nevadas who will leave between 5 and 15 centimeters, winds up to 80 kilometers per hour, coastal phenomena and waves of up to 5 hours will affect a fortnight of

Seven provinces continue on alert by snowfall that will leave up to 15 centimeters thick

Nevadas who will leave between 5 and 15 centimeters, winds up to 80 kilometers per hour, coastal phenomena and waves of up to 5 hours will affect a fortnight of the peninsula this Friday while the rains that can leave more than 15 liters per square meter In an hour and up to 60 liters in 12 put at risk the Islands of Tenerife and La Palma, as reported by the State Meteorology Agency (AEMET).

Specifically, the snowfall will be a source of yellow notice in five autonomous communities. Specifically, they will affect the provinces of Asturias, Cantabria, León, Palencia, Burgos, La Rioja and Navarra, where it can accumulate along the day between 5 and 15 centimeters of snow. The snow level will be placed in the peninsular north between 700 and 1,000 meters; in the center area between 900 and 1,200; and in the south and the Balearic Islands between 1,200 and 1,400 meters of altitude.

We will also register weak frost on all mountainous systems and both plateaus, which will be more intense in Pyrenees and temperatures, in general, will remain unchanged or record a small decline.

In addition, Aragón, Valencian Community and Catalonia are on alert for strong wind racts, the last also by coastal phenomena, such as Cantabria, Galicia or Basque Country.

Updated Date: 26 November 2021, 02:02

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