Spain remains under the influence of the storm Celine, which will put a dozen provinces on warning for rain and coastal events this Monday, according to the forecast of the State Meteorological Agency (Aemet).
In particular, Huelva, Seville, Huesca, Navarra, Toledo, Badajoz, and Cáceres will be at risk (yellow) due to rain, and Asturias, Cantabria, Lugo, and Pontevedra have the same active warning level but due to waves, which also affect A Coruña with high risk (orange).
Temperatures will register a general decrease, except for the Canary Islands, the Mediterranean area, and the northwest coast, where they will rise. The maximum will be recorded again in Santa Cruz de Tenerife, where 28 degrees will be reached, and the minimum will be in Ávila and Teruel, with four.
On Tuesday, the 31st, Halloween, there will be reinforcement in most of the territory, but it will be for a short time. On Wednesday, the arrival of Cyclone Ciaran, which was recently named by the United Kingdom Meteorological Service, is expected.
From that day on, AEMET predicted “very strong winds in large areas of the peninsula, sea storms in the north, and almost total rain, except in the southeast.”
This new storm “promises to have a magnitude greater than Celine,” they point out from Meteored. On Thursday, Ciaran will leave a lot of rain in many regions of Spain, although it is true that “everything shows that in general, the accumulated rain is not as important as the recent rain.”
Yes, wind and sea storms will become more common. There are wind gusts of around 100 km/h in many regions of Spain. “This is the most direct consequence of such a sudden cyclogenesis,” they said on the meteorological information website. In the Atlantic and Cantabrian Seas, waves of 8 or 9 meters are expected.
Friday will be a day of truce, but it will not last long because, as mentioned by the experts, on Saturday “another similar storm may arrive in the northwest of Europe that will also hit us.”