Six communities this Sunday in orange alert by snow, wind, rain and bad sea

The poor state of the sea and the intense snow put on Sunday in orange alert to the communities of Aragon, Asturias, Cantabria, Catalonia, Galicia and Basque Co

Six communities this Sunday in orange alert by snow, wind, rain and bad sea

The poor state of the sea and the intense snow put on Sunday in orange alert to the communities of Aragon, Asturias, Cantabria, Catalonia, Galicia and Basque Country and five other (Castilla y León, Murcia, Navarra, Valencian Community and Canary Islands) have Activated yellow alert also by rain and strong wind.

According to the State Meteorology Agency (AEMET) on its website, Aragón is on Orange Alert (Important Risk) by snowfall in the Pyrenees Oscense up to 30 centimeters thick above 1,300 meters and there is also yellow notice (risk) By rains in the same place up to 40 liters in 12 hours and windows 80 kilometers per hour.

In Asturias, Cantabria, Galicia and Basque Country, the orange alert for maritime temporary and waves between 5 and 7 meters has been activated.

In the case of Cantabria there is also yellow notice by rainfall of up to 40 liters in 12 hours, as advertised in Castilla y León, in the Cantabrian mountain range of Burgos and in the Basque Country, in the provinces of Vizcaya and Guipúzcoa.

The 30 centimeters of snow provided in the Pyrenees of Lérida have put on orange alert to the community of Catalonia, where there are also up to 40 liters of rain in 12 hours and wind up to 80 kilometers per hour in the mountains and on the coast of Tarragona, where it will also blow strength wind 7 offshore, as in Gerona.

In Murcia there is yellow warning by wind up to 70 kilometers per hour and in Navarra on Rachas up to 80 kilometers per hour and also by snowfall in the Pyrenees and up to 60 liters of rain accumulated in 12 hours.

The Valencian Community is on yellow alert for wind racts up to 90 kilometers per hour in the province of Castellón and maritime temporary of force 7 on the coasts of Alicante and Valencia.

For its part, Canarias has activated yellow alert by Calima (suspended dust) throughout the archipelago that reduces visibility at 3,000 meters and also by wind 75 kilometers per hour in Tenerife, La Gomera and iron.

The AEMET warns that with the orange alert there is important meteorological risk, with a certain degree of danger to the usual activities, and with yellow there is no meteorological risk for the population in general, although it is for some concrete activity.

Updated Date: 09 January 2022, 06:02

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