Leslie enters Spain today through Cáceres and Zamora with winds of 100 km / h

Leslie enters Spain today through Cáceres and Zamora with winds of 100 km / h

The remains of Hurricane Leslie today enter Spain through the provinces of Cáceres and Zamora, where Civil Protection recommends paying attention to weather alerts in anticipation of gusts of wind up to 100 kilometers per hour.

Civil Protection has recommended to the citizens to keep at all times attentive to the notices issued by the State Meteorological Agency and the different Administrations.

The State Meteorological Agency (AEMET) – through a report from the National Hurricane Center based in Miami (Florida, USA) – has indicated that Leslie will enter Spanish territory at dawn with tropical storm intensity.

Throughout the morning, according to the Aemet, the cyclone is expected to weaken considerably as it moves northeast, joining other centers of low pressure.

The presence of the remains of the cyclone, with very active fronts that will travel the peninsula from west to east and on the northeast of the peninsula, will lead to widespread precipitation that will be more intense in Asturias, León and Cantabria.

Civil Protection advises drivers to slow down, take precautions and do not stop in areas where a large amount of water can flow.

Faced with strong winds in urban centers, remember also the convenience of closing doors, windows and all those objects that can fall to the public road, as well as away from cornices, trees, walls or buildings under construction that can be detached.


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