Spain The weather on the long weekend weekend: unpleasant Friday and rising temperatures from Saturday

The festivity of the Immaculate Conception takes place this Friday in an unpleasant manner in much of the country due mainly to the strong wind that blows in most of the autonomous communities, although the weekend and the final stretch of the long Constitution Bridge will be marked by a significant rise in temperatures, especially on the Mediterranean coast

Spain The weather on the long weekend weekend: unpleasant Friday and rising temperatures from Saturday

The festivity of the Immaculate Conception takes place this Friday in an unpleasant manner in much of the country due mainly to the strong wind that blows in most of the autonomous communities, although the weekend and the final stretch of the long Constitution Bridge will be marked by a significant rise in temperatures, especially on the Mediterranean coast.

The peninsula and the Balearic archipelago are today under the influence of a front that throughout the day will leave cloudy skies and almost widespread rain, precipitation that can be especially heavy in the Pyrenees and the Balearic Islands, but also very persistent in some places on the Cantabrian coast.

The meteorological predictions have caused eleven autonomous communities to wake up today on alert in the face of strong winds and waves; the most important in the communities of the Balearic Islands, Catalonia and Galicia, where 'orange' warnings (significant risk) have been activated early in the morning due to coastal phenomena, with waves of up to 6 meters in Galicia and 4 meters in both. Mediterranean communities.

But in addition to the 'orange' warnings, 'yellow' (risk) type warnings have been activated due to wind or strong waves in Andalusia, Aragon, Asturias, Cantabria, Castilla-La Mancha, Murcia, Valencia and the Basque Country, and in the latter also due to the heavy rains that will be recorded on the Gipuzkoan coast.

The maximum temperatures today will be recorded on the Mediterranean coast, although they will be around 15 degrees, and the lowest temperatures will be in the interior and especially in the northwest quadrant, where the thermal sensation will be even colder, mainly due to the wind.

Starting tomorrow and facing the final stretch of the Constitution Bridge, a significant increase in temperatures is expected, which will be especially pronounced during the day on Sunday, when thermometers will experience a notable rise.

The rise will be especially significant on the Cantabrian coast, where thermometers will be around 20 degrees, and especially on the Mediterranean coast, since in some places the mercury can reach 25 degrees, according to data from the State Agency for Meteorology.

It will also be the last day of the long Constitution Bridge that will mark the beginning of a notable rise in temperatures throughout Spain, and meteorological predictions indicate that the mass of air that will fly over Spain will be one of the warmest that have been recorded during these dates.

The Aemet predictions indicate that this rise is going to be so pronounced that temperatures will be around 6 degrees higher than what would be normal at this time of year on Sunday in the entire peninsula, so the weather at From that day on it would be more typical of mid or late October than mid-December.

The intensity of this warm episode that is going to affect Spain is going to be so pronounced that the next 11th and 12th could be the warmest that have been recorded this month, at least since 1940, although starting Wednesday they would begin to recover values. more normal.