The high temperatures, which will collect the 40 degrees Celsius (ºC), will put on Wednesday at risk to a total of 21 provinces of the entire peninsula, according to the State Meteorological Agency (AEMET) that alert from significantly high temperatures in large part of the peninsular and the Balearic interior.
Specifically, the risk will be important (Naranja notice) on the Ribera del Ebro, in Zaragoza, where they will reach at least 39ºC. They will also reach that temperature, although the notice will be of lower level, yellow, in Córdoba, Jaén and Toledo.
Up to 38ºC arrived La Rioja, Seville and Granada and between 34 and 37 degrees Celsius will be maintained Balearicos, Huesca, Teruel, Lérida, Navarra, Ávila, Burgos, Zamora, Valladolid, Albacete, Cuenca, Guadalajara, Cáceres and Madrid.
This Wednesday, cloudy skies or with cloudy intervals are expected at the northwest coast of Galicia, with the possibility of some weak rain, as well as matinal cloudy intervals with some fog banks in the rest of Galicia, Cantabrian and Litoral de Andalucía, tending little Cloud for the day.
Little cloudy skies or clear at the beginning of the day in the rest of the country, but with cloud formation day evolution in mountainous northern areas and northeastern peninsular. No chubascus or storm isolated, more likely in Pyrenees is discarded. In the Canary Islands, cloudy intervals in the north of the islands.
The maximum temperatures will be on rise in most of the peninsula and in the Balearic Islands, except on the western coast of Málaga and narrow, where a decline is expected. They will be significantly high, higher than 36-38ªC in large areas of the peninsular interior, mainly in valleys of Ebro and Guadalquivir, and Balearic Islands. As for the minimum, Iran in ascent in general. In the case of Canary Islands, in descent, it will be more accused in mediah.
The wind will be from the north in Galicia, and from the west in the Cantabrian. From the East and Southeast in the Ebro Valley, coastline of the peninsular southeast and the Balearic Islands, and from the south in the ampurdan. Loose variables in the rest of the peninsula, with a predominance of southwest. In the Canary Islands, Winds Alisios, with strong rachas.
Take light meals.- Salads, fruits, vegetables, gazpachos or juices. They help replenish the salts lost by sweat.
A suitable clothes on the outside.- Protect yourself from the sun with hats and wear light clothing with clear blossoms.
Stay in fresh places.- In the shadow or in air-conditioned locations.
Measures at home.- Moderate the use of the fan (from the 35º only moves the air). Put blinds in slit.
Avoid activities abroad during the hottest hours.- especially if they are intense.
This problem that the ministry considers "severe", appears along with symptoms such as red skin, the increase of heart pulse, intense headaches, the sensation of confusion or loss of consciousness.
Faced with a heat stroke, the department advises calling the emergency room and during waiting, stay in a dark room while applying cold water cloths over the body. It also advises the baths and cold showers. According to: "Without urgent medical help, a heat stroke can be fatal". For more information, the Ministry recommends calling 902 22 22 92, the Red Cross phone.Updated Date: 25 July 2021, 05:02