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Date: July 6, 2022 4:08 am

After a week marked by rain and showers, especially in the northern half, when Spain was meteorologically divided into two parts, below normal in the west and warmer in the east, this Friday the weather starts to stabilize and the thermometers start to escalate which will bring summer back next week to the part of the country that lost it. For example, Merida and Madrid will rise from 27° on Friday to 34° and 32° respectively, while Jaén will rise from 29° to 33°.

During the weekend, the weather will be “generally stable in the south, with some cloudy skies, while the northern half will be more volatile with thunderstorms that can be heavy in places and accompanied by hail, especially in the surrounding area. Pyrenees,” says Rubén del Campo, spokesman for the State Meteorological Agency (Aemet).

Temperatures “will be generally low for the season”, especially in the northern and western parts of the peninsula, where they will be 5-10° below normal. In the Mediterranean and the Balearic Islands, records will be more typical of early summer. Del Campo will arrive next week without excessive heat and light rain limited to the Bay of Biscay and the Pyrenees, although storms could spread to other points in the northern half and more isolated areas of the eastern third. This is the forecast for the day:

This Friday cloud evolution will increase in the northern half, with possible thunderstorms in mountainous areas, more likely in the Pyrenees. There will also be rain in Galicia, and mud showers are possible in the Balearic Islands. The rest of the country will see some cloudiness and rising temperatures: they will exceed 30°/32° in the central Ebro depression, on the Mediterranean coast of the Levante, the Andalusian Costa del Sol and in the Guadalquivir valley.

On Saturday, there will be cloudy intervals in most of the northern part, while it will rain in Galicia, the Cantabrian communities, the upper Ebro and the Pyrenees. In this mountain range, showers can be intense – more than 15-20 liters per square meter per hour – accompanied by strong gusts of wind and hail. In a more isolated form, the precipitation may reach the rest of the northern half and the central and Iberian systems. The sun will shine in the southern half and in the Mediterranean area, although the Mediterranean peninsula and the Balearic Islands will be calm. Temperatures will drop in the Bay of Biscay and rise slightly in the eastern third. Thus, the climate will be cool in the west and north – for example, expected to be 19° in Lugo and 22° in Salamanca – and more temperate in the Ebro, Mediterranean, Balearic Islands and the southern third – 32° in Zaragoza and 34° in Malaga -.

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On Sunday, due to the presence of a storm in the British Isles, cloudiness is expected in the north of the peninsula, and on the outskirts of the Pyrenees, north of Aragon and Catalonia, there may be another day of severe storms. The rains may spread to Galicia, the Cantabrian communities, the Iberian system and the rest of the Catalan community. Showers are not ruled out in the Balearic Islands, again with mud due to the presence of dust in suspension, which will also be seen in the Mediterranean peninsula. The sky will be slightly cloudy in the rest of the country, with the lowest temperatures in the east, while they will rise slightly in the rest of the country. In the capitals of Cantabria, the temperature will not exceed 20°, and in Cordoba, Palma de Mallorca, Murcia or Granada it will be above 30°.

The weather will be more stable on Monday and Tuesday next week, although light and scattered precipitation is possible in the northern and eastern thirds of the peninsula. The rest of the country is slightly cloudy. And the temperatures will begin to rise, the thermal rise will continue in the following days, so that by the middle of next week in large areas of the southern half of the peninsula will exceed 35 °. Storms will form in the mountainous areas of the northern half.

The trade winds characteristic of the summer will prevail in the Canary Islands and will intensify this weekend. They will pull the clouds to Fuerteventura, Lanzarote and the north of the most mountainous islands, where they will leave a drizzle. In the south the sky will be clearer. In the coming days, the temperature will remain mild and without significant changes.


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