The Weather The first weekend of December arrives with cold and freezing nights of up to 6 degrees below zero

The first weekend of December is expected to be stable but cold, with freezing nights and minimum temperatures below 6 degrees or even more, before giving way to a few days marked by the arrival of storms that will leave rain in the west of the peninsula and a milder environment, with high values ​​for the time

The Weather The first weekend of December arrives with cold and freezing nights of up to 6 degrees below zero

The first weekend of December is expected to be stable but cold, with freezing nights and minimum temperatures below 6 degrees or even more, before giving way to a few days marked by the arrival of storms that will leave rain in the west of the peninsula and a milder environment, with high values ​​for the time.

This Saturday dawned with frost in large areas of the north and east of the peninsula, while at noon in the interior the maximum temperatures will be around 10-12 degrees and will only exceed 15 degrees on the shores of the Mediterranean and in Western Andalusia.

Today a "cold winter atmosphere" is expected, although with generally slightly cloudy skies, except in the extreme north, where there will be light snowfall at a somewhat low snow level in the Pyrenees, around 600-800 meters.

On Sunday there will be a new drop in night temperatures, so the frosts will be "more extensive and intense" than the previous day: "On the two plateaus it will drop to 2 or 4 degrees below zero, in the moors of the central zone up to "4 or 6 degrees below zero and in areas of the Pyrenees even below 6 degrees below zero."

However, during the day the values ​​will be a little higher than on Saturday, but they will still range between 10 and 15 degrees in most of the territory, while the arrival of a new front will leave rain in Galicia, Asturias and western Spain. Castilla y León.

Next week will start with rainfall in almost the entire country, except in the Mediterranean, said the Aemet spokesperson, who highlighted the temperate winds from the south and southwest that will blow in the east and north of the peninsula, leading to a "notable increase in temperatures", especially the minimum temperatures, which may be up to 6 or 8 degrees higher than those of the weekend.

For Tuesday, even with uncertainty, a "stable and calm" day is expected, with some rain in parts of Galicia and the extreme north and with temperatures that will not experience major changes.

Starting on the holiday Wednesday and the following days, winds from the west and southwest will predominate, which "will drag temperate and humid Atlantic air masses to Spain," leaving cloudy skies in the west of the peninsula and abundant rain in Galicia.

These precipitations may extend to other parts of the territory, especially in the northwest of the peninsula such as Asturias, Castilla y León and Extremadura; In the rest of the country, it would be weak and occasional rains that do not seem to reach the Mediterranean slope or the Balearic Islands.

On Wednesday and Thursday "temperatures will rise clearly", with a temperate environment for the time of year and with maximums that from Thursday could exceed 15 degrees at noon in the center, east and south of the peninsula, 20 degrees in the Cantabrian Sea and 25 degrees in the Mediterranean area.