Fourteen provinces in the southern half and the center are today under alert due to high heat with maximum values expected of up to 40 degrees in Andalusia, specifically in Córdoba, Jaén and Seville, which are in orange level due to significant risk of high temperatures.
Along with these in orange, the Andalusian provinces of Huelva and Granada, as well as Madrid, Ávila and Salamanca (in Castilla y León) are at a yellow level, also at risk from heat; Albacete, Ciudad Real, Cuenca and Toledo (in Castilla-La Mancha); in addition to Cáceres and Badajoz, in Extremadura.
In Andalusia, maximums of up to 40 degrees are expected in the Seville countryside in the Guadalquivir valley, while in Castilla y León, values can reach up to 36 degrees, according to the latest forecasts by the State Meteorological Agency (Aemet).
In Castilla-La Mancha the maximum will range between 34 degrees, in low areas of the Cuenca mountain range, up to 38 degrees in Toledo, Ciudad Real or Albacete.
In the Extremaduran provinces of Cáceres and Badajoz values between 36 and 38 degrees will be recorded, depending on the area, while in Madrid 35 degrees are expected in the mountains and up to 37 degrees in the rest.