La Borrasca Barra, located west of Ireland, will affect the peninsula, and on Wednesday also Baleares, with snowfall and strong windows in spacious areas, according to the State Meteorology Agency (AEMET).
The AEMET warns that the snow level will fall on Tuesday to 700 meters at the West Cantabrian Mountain Range and in Galicia at the last minute of the day, while in the Pyrenees it will remain around 1,000-1,600 meters in its most Western part and between 1,400-2,000 in the rest.
On Wednesday the snow level will fall at 500/1000 meters at the north end, up to 600/150 meters in the center and up to 900/1,200 meters in the Southeast, so snowfalls are expected in all mountainous systems and Also in páramos of the north plateau and this of the South Plateau.
Copy snow covers are foreseen in the Western Cantabrian Mountains, zones of the Pyrenees and, punctually, can not be discarded completely in coastal areas of the Cantabrian.
The agency also warns that the wind will blow on Tuesday and Wednesday with increasing intensity in the peninsula and the Balearic Islands.
On Tuesday, cloudy siege is expected or covered with abundant and frequent rainfall in Galicia, extending to the Cantabrian, Western Pyrenees, a northern Iberian system and western central system. They can be locally persistent in the west and north of Galicia.
More weakly, dispersed and occasional, rainfall will affect northwest to southeast in the northwest half and, unlikely and isolation, to surky, pebble and narrow areas.
In the rest of the southern third and Mediterranean area will predominate little cloudy skies or with high clouds.
In the Canary Islands there will be a remarkable increase in cloudiness, with the possibility of rainfall in the Western Islands.
The wind will blow with increasing intensity in the peninsula and the Balearic Balearic, with the southwest component robbing west and ranching strong or with intervals of strong in coastlines and high areas of the peninsular north, mainly in Galicia, Cantabrian and Iberian System; It will be northwest Rolando southwest in the northeast and the Balearic Islands, and from the southwest to a large part of the interior.
In the Strait and Alborán, the wind will be variable Rolando to Poniente, and in the Canary Islands of East Component.
On Wednesday, the front will continue to advance by half-east peninsular and the Balearic, weakening, but establishing a flow of the west or cold, damp and unstable flow, which will leave generalized, abundant and with some occasional storm in Galicia, Cantabrian and Pyrenees, which They could be locally persistent in the Cantabrian coast.
In a weaker, scattered and occasional way, rainfall will be extended towards the south and east, and will be more intense in mountain areas and in the strait. They will be unlikely at the western end of Andalusia or Southeast Peninsular.
In the ampurdan and the Balearic Islands they will be more likely in the second half of the day and with the possibility of occasional storms.
In the Canary Islands, the sky will be cloudy with probability of scattered rainfall in the north of the most relief islands.
Temperatures will fall appreciably and widespread in the peninsula, even remarkable in the northwest, Cantabrian and Sierras from the southeast, while in the archipelagos there will be no great changes.
Frosted will be recorded in the mountain systems of the north and southeast half and, in isolation, in páramos, more intense in Pyrenees.
The wind will blow intense from the west component on the peninsula and the Balearic Islands, likely to be strong or with strong intervals in Galicia and the environment of Alborán, and to become very strong in the Cantabrian area. Rachas will be very strong in mountain areas. In the Canary Islands they will be ALISIES.
Faced with this meteorological situation with predictable snowfall in large areas, the General Directorate of Traffic (DGT) has asked citizens who have left the December bridge and are in northern Spain hurry to avoid difficulties.Updated Date: 07 December 2021, 03:42