The weather will continue to be stable today, Saturday, in almost all of Spain, with a remarkable increase in temperature in the extreme north of the peninsula and with values above normal – reaching 39 degrees in Badajoz or 37 in Córdoba – in almost the entire peninsula and the Canary Islands, according to the forecasts of the State Meteorological Agency (Aemet).
As reported by Aemet, a thermal amplitude is expected this Saturday that may reach a 16-degree difference between the minimum and maximum, in the case of Avila, and temperatures higher than usual values for these dates: the maximum can be reached. at 39 degrees (Badajoz), 37 degrees (Córdoba), 34 degrees (Granada), 33 degrees (Zaragoza) or at 32 degrees in many Spanish cities such as Lugo, Pontevedra, Zamora, Valladolid, Toledo, Murcia or Huelva.
There will be intervals of low clouds in the morning in the northeast of Galicia, Cantabria, Levante, upper and lower Ebro, Estrecho and Melilla, which will cause fogs or fog banks in the morning, and intervals of variable clouds in the eastern Pyrenees, south of the Iberian, Cantabrian mountains and Tenerife.
The lowest temperatures increase in the west of the peninsula, especially in the west of Galicia where they reach the highest altitude; In the rest, no significant changes can be recorded, except for the reductions in the west of the Canary Islands; The maximum increases in the extreme north and decreases in the Levant peninsular, extreme southwest and west of the Canary Islands.
It blows east of the Alborán and, with strong intervals, in the Strait. It has the eastern part of the Cantabrian Sea and the Canary Islands, with strong intervals in between. It will be weak in the southern and eastern parts of the rest, more severe on the coasts and in areas of western Andalusia.
Lightly cloudy skies, with intervals of low clouds and fog on the coast and before the coast; maximum temperature slightly reduced in Tarragona and Barcelona; Variable light winds will be experienced in the south in the afternoon.