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The storm that arrives tomorrow Thursday in the Iberian Peninsula and stays all weekend

Madrid / A broad storm, unusual for the time of year, will creep into the peninsula as of Thursday and will distribute abundant rains, storms and hail throughout the territory at least until next Monday, the 21st, with a progressive drop in temperatures, especially the daytime ones.

Rubén del Campo, spokesman for the State Meteorological Agency (Aemet), explained that the front, already located on the Atlantic, “will undergo a process of intensification” as it moves towards the south of the peninsula and will affect more or less less to all regions, with the exception of the two archipelagos.

The effects of the storm already began to be noticed on Monday, Del Campo recalled, in which the storms affected numerous points, and will continue to develop in a scattered manner during this Tuesday and tomorrow, Wednesday, but as of Thursday “it will be when more let us feel its effects ”.

This day, the storm will be close enough to the peninsula for the first front to penetrate, which will affect the extreme west, especially north of Extremadura, south of Castilla y León, Galicia, Asturias and east of the northern plateau, has nuanced the spokesperson.

In addition, the increase in instability and the large amount of humidity “due to the suction made by the subtropical air storm itself” will favor locally strong showers accompanied by storms and hail, a situation from which the Mediterranean area will be left out.

Aemet expects the center of the storm to change course on Friday and head first east, to reach the south of Portugal, and later, during the weekend, move from south to north throughout the western peninsula. .

Widespread rains

The associated fronts will leave widespread rains, especially to the south of the great mountain systems, which “retain the cloudiness”, accompanied by intervals of strong south wind, Del Campo has detailed.

These rains will especially affect the north of Extremadura, north and south of Castilla y León, north of the Community of Madrid and north of Aragon and Catalonia, while the Mediterranean coastline and pre-littoral “will arrive very worn and the Canary Islands will be left out”.

Aemet expects the storm to recede, already very weakened, from Monday through the Cantabrian Sea towards the south of the British Isles, and the rains will be restricted to the northern third of the peninsula.

As for temperatures, “the southern winds and the abundant cloudiness will not let the nighttime ones drop too much,” the Meteorological Agency spokesman assured, although the daytime winds will do so progressively.

“The decrease will be more noticeable on Friday, up to 6-10 degrees less in the interior of the peninsula compared to the previous day”, which will leave a “somewhat fresh” atmosphere in the two plateaus, Andalusia and southern Galicia, while they will still be somewhat higher than usual in the Mediterranean area and the Cantabrian coast, where it could exceed 30 degrees, especially in the Basque Country. (September 16, 2020, EFE / PracticaEspañol)

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