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SUN AND UP TO 27 DEGREES FOR THE BEGINNING OF THE HOLY WEEK

A lot of sun and temperatures between 25 and 27 degrees will mark the beginning of Holy Week in almost all Spain, except for some weak rain in the southeastern of the peninsula, although in the second half of the holiday, the instability could dominate in the north of the peninsula.

 


Starting this Friday, the start of the holiday season for thousands of Spaniards, the weather will be very stable, Ana Casals, spokeswoman for the State Meteorological Agency (Aemet), told EFE. She added that this situation will provoke a “clear increase “of the temperatures, nocturnal and diurnal, in the peninsula and in the Balearic Islands.

During the weekend, temperatures will be slightly higher than normal for these dates in large areas of Andalusia, in the Ebro Valley, Extremadura, peninsular center and in the Basque Country.

In cities like Madrid, the rise of temperatures in the coming days will be remarkable starting from the 19 degrees today until the 27 degrees of Tuesday and in Seville, will move from the 27 degrees also of today the to the 30 degrees that will be reached the next monday.

In other capitals like Saragossa and Toledo the progression of the temperatures will also be strong with maximums around the 27 degrees.

Today, the temperatures will descend somewhat in the peninsular interior and in the Balearic Islands although in many provinces will be a spring day and very sunny, with maximum degrees that will oscillate between the 24 and 27 degrees Celsius.

Seville, Cordoba and Alicante

By provincial capitals, Seville and Cordoba will mark 27 degrees followed by Granada with 25 degrees, Badajoz and Orense with 24 degrees and the thermometer will rise until 21 / 23 degrees in Alicante, Almeria, Cadiz, Ciudad Real, Girona, Jaen, Malaga, Toledo and Saragossa.

At night, Leon will descend to 0 degrees, the lowest low, followed by the rest of the provinces of Castilla and Leon where they will not exceed 1/3 degrees; the warmest night will be enjoyed in Cadiz with 14 degrees.

Tomorrow, the day will rise in the northern half and central area peninsular while in Andalusia, Murcia and the Canary Islands will start a drop.

All provinces, except Avila, Bilbao, Burgos, San Sebastián, Logroño, Malaga, Oviedo, Palencia, Pamplona, Santander, Soria, Segovia and Vitoria, will exceed 20 degrees. It is noteworthy that in Cordoba and Seville will reach 27 and 26 degrees respectively.

The nights will be very cold again in capitals like Lugo with 1 degree below zero and in Soria, Palencia, Salamanca, Segovia and Avila with 1 and 3 degrees; in the peninsular center, Madrid will reach a minimum of 9 degrees.

On Friday, the heat will be present in major part in the Peninsula, except in the Cantabrian coast, Andalusia and northern Mediterranean area, where these will remain with few changes; for this day the Aemet keeps the orange alert activated in Cadiz by strong wind gusts.

Canary Islands

In the Canary Islands, the first part of the Holy Week will be determined by wind from a north to west component, which will cause humid air that will lead to low clouds in the north and west of the islands with relatively cool temperatures during these days although for now no rain is expected.

From Monday to Tuesday next week, “uncertainty increases considerably” due to the evolution of an isolated storm that will be located between the center of the North Atlantic, the Canary Islands and the peninsular west.

However, Casals pointed out that the most probable scenario places this storm away from the coasts, which would mean the continuation of stable weather in general, although with a north-easterly wind over Cantrabric area and the Pyrenees, which would allow weak rains and a lower temperatures in those areas.


Madrid, April 5, 2017, EFE/Practica Español


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Question 1
La noticia habla...
A
Del tiempo que va hacer antes y durante la Semana Santa en España.
B
Del tiempo que hará a finales de este mes en España.
C
Del tiempo que hará cuando termine la Semana Santa en España.
Question 2
Según esta previsión meteorológica...
A
Hará sol aunque lloverá con fuerza en algunas zonas del país.
B
En general, hará buen tiempo en España.
C
Va a hacer muy mal tiempo en España.
Question 3
En la noticia se dice que...
A
Las noches serán cálidas en todas las ciudades de España.
B
En ciudades del norte de España hará frío por la noche.
C
Las temperaturas mínimas subirán en toda España.
Question 4
Hará un día soleado en toda España este viernes.
A
No se sabe.
B
Falso.
C
Verdadero.
Question 5
Según esa previsión, la semana próxima...
A
Habrá sol en todo el país.
B
Lloverá mucho en el norte de España.
C
Podría llover en alguna zona del país.
Question 6
En general, ¿hará buen tiempo en la capital de España?
A
Sí.
B
No se sabe.
C
No.
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