Spain is on alert due to the warning from AEMET experts about possible flooding, with the possibility of more than 200 liters of rain falling in some areas of the country. After a short break from the San Miguel summer, autumn arrives with a drop in temperature and the constant threat of rain, which can affect almost any part of the Spanish territory. AEMET forecasts present a worrying scenario for the autumn season.
AEMET experts point out that more than 200 liters of rain could fall in some regions of Spain, which has sparked widespread concern. This sudden change in climate, from summer heat to the threat of flooding, creates uncertainty in many parts of the country.
The event is attributed to the evolution of a blocking anticyclone moving north, which allows low pressure and weather fronts to affect Spain. Rainfall is expected to be heavier on the Atlantic slope. In Galicia, the western sector of the Central System, and the Sanabria Lake area, more rain is expected.
The outlook suggests that the amount of rain will be very high, exceeding 200 liters per square meter in some regions until next week. In areas such as western Galicia, Sanabria, and the Central System, which are well exposed to south-southwest currents, large numbers can be recorded. In addition, areas in the center-west of Andalusia and the southern face of the Huesca Pyrenees face the possibility of exceeding 100 liters per square meter. The population should be alert and take care when dealing with this challenging weather condition.