The spring or summer atmosphere returns this Thursday to many areas of Spain with temperatures more typical of May or June, than mid-March thanks to a new thermal rise in thermometers.
The prediction of the State Meteorological Agency (Aemet), collected by Servimedia, indicates that temperatures will drop in the Mediterranean provinces and those bordering Portugal, as well as the rest of Galicia, and will rise in most of the rest of the peninsula. , especially in the eastern Cantabrian. Most of the peninsula will be between 5 and 10 degrees above normal for the time of year.
In fact, 15 provincial capitals will reach at least 25 degrees: Córdoba, Granada and Seville (28); Ciudad Real and Toledo (27); Bilbao, Jaén and Logroño (26), and Almería, Badajoz, Cuenca, Guadalajara, Madrid, Santander and Zaragoza (25).
These values are more typical of mid-May and even August (in this case, in Bilbao and Santander) than mid-March or the final stretch of astronomical winter.
This circumstance in the Bay of Biscay is due to the fact that the winds will blow from the southwest and, according to Rubén del Campo, Aemet spokesman, "they will arrive overheated after crossing the peninsula and descending the mountains to get closer to the coast."
However, the temperatures will not be as high in general as those registered between last Saturday and Monday, when 10 heat records were reached, spread over seven provinces, and Spain exceeded 30 degrees for the first time so far this year. .
On the other hand, this Thursday the sun will shine in most of Spain, with few exceptions. Thus, cloudiness will increase in the western third of the peninsula, with weak rains in Galicia, somewhat more intense and persistent in the west. Rainfall may spread weakly to other nearby areas.
The Canary Islands will have cloudy intervals in the north of the islands and practically clear skies in the south of the archipelago.
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