Snow, which can reach up to 10 centimeters thick in the Pyrenees, and the poor state of the sea in the Cantabrian cornice, put on Monday a yellow alert (risk) to eight communities, according to the State Meteorology Agency (AEMET) in his web page.
Aragon, Asturias, Castilla y León, Catalonia and Navarra have activated the yellow alert by Nevadas who in the Pyrenees Oscense and in the Aran Valley (Lleida) could reach 10 centimeters of thickness in levels between 900 and 1,000 meters.
In the Castilian provinces of Burgos, León and Palencia, snow accumulations of up to 5 centimeters of thickness are foreseen above 1,000 or 1,200 meters, as well as in the Summits of Asturias and Navarra.
As for the yellow alert by maritime temporary, it is activated today Monday in Asturias, Cantabria, Galicia and Basque Country, where strength wind is expected, combined sea and waves that will reach between 4 and 5 meters high.
Meteorology Notifies that with yellow alert there is no meteorological risk for the population in general, although it is for some specific activity.
In the rest of the peninsula, the Balearic and Strait, a Northwest Northwest Northwest band will leave weak, scattered and occasional rains, which will be more likely and locally persistent in mountainous areas, although they are not expected or will have a low probability in the south from the Mediterranean area.
After the passage of the front, cloudy intervals will be cloudy, and at the end of the little cloudy day with possible mists or fogs.
The sky will be clouded in the Canary Islands, with probable weak rains in the north of the mountainous islands although they do not discard in the rest of the archipelago.
The level of snow will be about 800 to 1,000 meters in the Cantabrian Mountain Range; In Pyrenees and Central and Iberian Systems, between 1,000 and 1,400 meters, falling to 800 / 1,000, and in the Southeast 1,600 at 1,800 meters down at 1,200 / 1400.
The maximum temperatures will rise in the Mediterranean area, come down in the Cantabrian and in large part of the interior, a decline that will be more pronounced in the northern half.
The minimums will rise in the peninsular and the Balearic southeast and will have a predominance of the descents in the rest. In Canarias a decline is expected.
In the northern plateau, Iberian and Central Systems, isolated points of Southeast Sierras, we will produce weak frost, which will be more intense in Pyrenees.
The winds will be strong or with strong intervals of the west and northwest in the Cantabrian and with strong intervals from the northwest in Under Ebro.
In the ampurdan, the Balearic and North Galicia the wind will blow from the southwest turning northwest. In the rest of the peninsula, the West Component will predominate and in Canarias there will be allies.Date Of Update: 14 February 2022, 04:05