The May long weekend begins with instability, especially in the north, where there are generally weak rains and a significant drop in maximum temperatures across most of the Atlantic SlopeThe upper Ebro and the Pyrenees, while in the south the values will remain high for the time of year, according to the state meteorological agency.
is expected Generally weak rain in the north and west of Galicia and to the west of the Cantabrian coast, due to a somewhat more intense Eastern Cantabrian, Locally heavy rain and thunderstorms are likely around the eastern Pyrenees, Iberian System, and northern regions of Castile and Leon and a few sporadic thunderstorms over the southern half of the peninsula, mainly in mountainous areas.
in the southern half and babies, Intervals of medium and high clouds will be recorded, as well as abundant cloud development in the interior, With a chance of fog along the peninsular southeast coast-tendency to retreat.
In the Canary Islands, the sky will be partly cloudy and there will be some change in temperature or elevation.
rise in maximum temperature
Las Maximum temperature will increase in the Mediterranean region but they will fall over the rest of the peninsula, especially over the Atlantic slope, the upper Ebro, and the Pyrenees, while minima will increase over areas in the eastern third of the peninsula and fall over the rest of the peninsula, with more rapid central and Iberian systems.
Max can be more than 35 degrees in the lower Guadalquivir and inland Murcia, Alicante, and Valencia.
The wind will blow from the northwest in the eastern Cantabrian Sea, from the east or northeast in the Balearic Islands, and the northeast in the Canary Islands. Winds will be different over the rest of the country, although shifting to the northwest over the Atlantic slope and the Ebro Valley. in the strait, and Alboran in the west.