July 7, 2020

Eighteen southern and central provinces remain under heat alert

The intense heat will once again be the protagonist in the southern half and the center, with eighteen provinces today under meteorological alert, while Andalusia is at an orange level with expected maximums of up to 40 degrees.

In addition to Andalusia, the following are also under alert, although at a yellow level (slightly lower than orange): Madrid, Aragón, both Castillas and Extremadura.

In Madrid, the maximum may exceed 38 degrees in specific areas of the south and will reach up to 35 degrees in low areas of the mountains, according to the latest forecasts from the State Meteorological Agency (Aemet), on its website.

In Andalusia the provinces of Córdoba and Jaén are under alert (in orange level) in addition to Granada, Almería and Seville (in yellow), with peaks of up to 40 degrees in the Cordovan countryside and the Guadalquivir valley.

In Aragon, temperatures will reach 36 degrees in Zaragoza, and both Extremadura provinces (Cáceres and Badajoz) are also under alert, where temperatures can reach 39 degrees.

In Castilla y León, the following are under heat warning: Ávila, Salamanca, Valladolid and Zamora, with temperatures ranging between 36 and 37 degrees.

In the case of Castilla-La Mancha, the provinces under alert are Albacete, Ciudad Real, Cuenca, Guadalajara and Toledo, with values ​​ranging between 36 degrees and 39 degrees in areas such as La Mancha, the Guadiana valley and the Valle del Block.


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