The arrival on the west of an Atlantic front to the Peninsula today puts eight communities on alert for rain, strong storms, waves or gusts of wind up to 90 kilometers per hour, reports the State Meteorological Agency (Aemet) on its website Web.
All Castile and Leon, except the provinces of Burgos and Soria, is on yellow alert (risk) by heavy storms or rains -15 liters per square meter in an hour- or by maximum gusts of wind of up to 80 kilometers per hour in points of the Central System, Sanabria and the Cantabrian mountain range.
Andalusia has activated the yellow warning in Almería, Cádiz and Won by coastal winds from the east and northwest with waves that will reach between 2 and 3 meters.
The communities of Asturias, Navarra, the Basque Country and Cantabria keep the yellow alert for strong gusts of winds that will reach 90 kilometers per hour in areas of the Picos de Europa, Llanada alavesa, inland of Guipúzcoa, in almost all the Cantabrian slope and in areas of Liébana.
The provinces of Cáceres (Extremadura) and Orense (Galicia) have a yellow warning for storms or strong winds.
The Aemet warns that this adverse situation will continue and could even worsen the Holy Thursday holiday where 22 provinces are on alert for rain, storms and strong wind.
The Meteorology agency warns that with the yellow alert there is no meteorological risk for the general population, although it does exist for a specific activity.