The swell and cold, with minimum of - 6ºC, put at risk at eight provinces, Ceuta and to Melilla

Today, Wednesday, January 12, up to eight provinces and the autonomous cities of Ceuta and Melilla are in yellow notice (risk) due to coastal phenomena and mini

The swell and cold, with minimum of - 6ºC, put at risk at eight provinces, Ceuta and to Melilla

Today, Wednesday, January 12, up to eight provinces and the autonomous cities of Ceuta and Melilla are in yellow notice (risk) due to coastal phenomena and minimum temperatures that can reach 6ºC below zero at certain points, according to the prediction of the State Agency of Meteorology (AEMET).

Specifically, the oscense pyrene; Albarracín, Jiloca, Gúdar and Maestrazgo (Teruel); the Pyrenees of Girona and Lleida; and the Aran Valley (Lleida) will be at risk for minimum temperatures that could reach -6ºC. In the case of IBERICA Zaragozana, the thermometer can reach 4ºC below zero.

On the other hand, north wind is expected with strength intervals 7 and waves from 2 to 3 meters in the ampurdan (Girona); Wind of strength 7 west of Tarifa, in the area of the Strait (Cádiz); And raise strength 7 south of Trafalgar (Cádiz), mainly Sea in. Ceuta and Melilla also have warnings by wave, as well as Granada and Malaga.

In the Mediterranean area, cloudy intervals are expected with some weak and scattered rainfall, more likely in the southern half of the area. In addition, the cloudiness can be extended throughout the day to Western Andalusia and the sky will be little cloudy in the rest of the country, with some low clouds at the beginning in the Cantabrian area, North Plateau and central system.

The State Meteorology Agency does not rule out matinal fogs in the depressions of the Northeast Peninsular and warns of possibility of Calima Light in Canarias.

Regarding temperatures, the state agency indicates that they generally tend to fall on the peninsula, and the minimum, which will be given at the end of the day, descend notably in the Cantabrian Mountain Range and Northern Iberian System. The frost will be extended for a large part of the north and east interior of the peninsula, more intense in mountain, locally strong in Pyrenees.

In addition, predominance of east and northern component winds is foreseen in most of the country, with strong lift in the strait and East Strong Wind Intervals at the end in northern Galicia and North at the beginning at Ampurdán and Menorca.

In the most oriental Canary Islands, the heavens will be shortly cloudy or clear with matinal intervals of low clouds on the North and East coast. In the rest of the islands, there will be morning intervals in low-east and evolution areas in the afternoon, which is not ruled out that they can leave some occasional chubascus.

Temperatures in the Canary Archipelago are foreseen with few changes, with some slight rise in the minimum, premieving frost on Summits of Tenerife and the palm. The wind will blow from the northeast in the eastern and east province in the western, decreasing from intensity in the afternoon. The breezing regime will predominate.

La Borrasca "DiMedes", which is affecting Greece where it generates very adverse time, will favor Levante wind flows that will promote rainfall in areas of the Spanish Mediterranean coast the next few days, but for the moment it is ruled out that it can exert its influence in other areas from the country.

According to Beatriz Hervella, spokesman for the State Agency of Meteorology (AEMET), "DiMedes" is located southwest of Greece, very close to that country, and is the fourth storm "of great impact" of the season after "Carmel ".

Updated Date: 12 January 2022, 04:17

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