A few days before the start of Christmas, the State Meteorological Agency (AEMET) predicts that in the next two weeks before the holidays, the temperature anomaly will return with warmer weather next week and the thermal drop and cold out of the ordinary for Christmas.
The month of December began with unusual temperatures for this type of month, with a temporary surprise long Constitution weekend. Between December 18 and 25, AEMET predicts that the temperatures we have entered this month will change radically, with the arrival of a cold storm. The forecast for the week of the 11th to the 17th sees temperatures reaching levels “well below normal for these dates in large areas”, so the cold will accompany the onset of winter in December. 22.
Regarding the rain, the agency believes that there is no reason to worry about the rain, because it is “still invisible” or “scarce.” However, next week will be “warmer than normal”, with temperatures similar to those of this long weekend, where in some parts of the Mediterranean and Andalusia they exceeded 20 degrees.
Forecast for Monday the 11th
AEMET predicts that Asturias, Cantabria, Galicia and the Basque Country will be at risk of coastal winds this Monday, as temperatures continue to rise. Provinces such as A Coruña, Lugo, Pontevedra, Guipúzcoa, Vizcaya, Cantabria and Asturias will be on yellow alert due to northwesterly coastal winds that can cause waves that exceed four or five meters in height. This Monday, Ciudad Real will be in danger because of the fog that will make visibility difficult for 200 meters.
On this day, there are likely to be fogs and banks of fog in a large part of the Atlantic coast, in the middle of the Ebro valley and in the valleys of the North, as well as in the Alborán. Haze is likely to develop in the Canary Islands. Regarding the minimum temperature, it will rise in the areas of the Pyrenees, southeast with some notable increases, and in the eastern islands of the Canary archipelago they will remain the same with some changes to others. The highest temperature rises in the southern third of the peninsula, the Iberian system and Ampurdán.
Finally, the wind will come from different parts of the south and west of the Balearic Islands and the north of the peninsula. There are strong frequencies in areas of northern Galicia, western Asturias and the peaks of the Cantabrian Sea.