The Basque Government’s Emergency Management and Meteorology Directorate will activate this yellow storm warning, in view of the forecast of a sudden change in winds to the west-northwest with gusts that may exceed 60 km/h, and also due to heavy rainfall, which, according to the Basque Ministry of Security, could exceed 15 l/m2 in an hour.
In addition, this Saturday there are all day long Yellow warning due to the risk of persistently high temperatures. The minimum/maximum temperatures can be around 21/31 degrees in the coastal area and around 19/33 degrees in the interior Cantabrian area. In the transition zone it will again be around 18/30 degrees and on the Ebro axis it will be 19/29 degrees.
In the early hours of this Saturday morning Minimum temperatures of 20.6 degrees in the coastal zone, 18.9 degrees in the inner Cantabrian zone, 18.5 degrees in the transition zone and 18.8 degrees in the Ebro axis.
According to the forecast, temperatures will still be relatively high on Sunday morning, with maximum temperatures on the Cantabrian slope falling by 4 to 6 degrees. Temperatures will continue to drop in the following days.
The yellow warning for the risk of heavy rain will be activated from 8:00 p.m. to 12:00 p.m., if they could exceed 15 l/m2 in an hour. The forecast announces the likelihood of moderate and stormy showers, which could be heavy locally, particularly in Araba.
In addition, the yellow warning due to sea-coast danger from storms will be activated from 9:00 p.m. to 12:00 p.m. There could be a sharp turn to the west-northwest, spreading along the entire coast from west to east, with gusts exceeding 60 km/h.