Aragon experienced a month of August marked by sunshine and high temperatures that broke records both day and night in places like Zaragoza. But things are changing, and this weekend a DANA will arrive in Spain that will put an end to the meteorological summer and will mean a sharp drop in temperature and the generalization of heavy rains and storms across the country. Out of the state weather agency (Aemet), they explain that In the next few days there will be a cold air bubble that will fall off after the passage of the storm in the north of the peninsula. It is a “remarkable” and “extremely intense” phenomenon, whose consequences cannot be precisely foreseen. The models that Aemet is considering are forecasting a “very active” weekend of rain and storms in Aragon, which could see heavy rain “Like he hasn’t done it in two months.”
However, as explained by the State Meteorological Agency, DANAS “leaves very different precipitations, even if they vary their position only slightly. For this reason, the forecast models are very general, and it is difficult to define where in Aragon it will rain more heavily over the weekend.
This Thursday and Friday, the skies will be clear, and the maximum temperatures will be around 30 degrees across Aragon, but that will change for the weekend. This is known so far
Weather forecast for Saturday in Aragon
The Aemet forecast calls for cloudy or overcast skies for Saturday, September 2nd Locally heavy and persistent showers and storms in the northern half of Aragon, particularly in areas of the Pyrenees. Maximum temperatures will drop, not exceeding 22 degrees in Huesca and Teruel and 26 degrees in Zaragoza. The minimum temperature will not exceed 17 degrees in Zaragoza.
Weather for Sunday, September 3 in Aragon
The skies are expected to remain cloudy through late next week and early next week. with a probability of precipitation and storms. are expected, with some uncertainty, to be abundant and intense, even locally strong or persistent, in a wide environment that will include Navarre, Aragon, and Catalonia.