The Canary Islands will have a predominance of cloudy skies with generally weak rains, locally persistent in southern slopes of the islands of greater relief, and with a tendency to cloudy intervals in the afternoon in Lanzarote, Fuerteventura and the north of the rest of the islands. According to the forecast of the State Meteorological Agency (Aemet), there will be temperatures in slight descent, more pronounced in the maxims of the interior of Tenerife.
A total of 27 provinces will be at risk Tuesday (yellow), significant risk (orange) and maximum risk (red) for rain, snow, winds and waves, on a day in which Teruel and Castellón will be at maximum risk for snow ( it can accumulate 50 centimeters in 24 hours) and Gerona and Barcelona by strong coastal winds, which can reach seven meters high, as Aemet has warned.
In general, the Agency warns that due to the influence of the ‘Gloria’ storm, the skies will be cloudy or covered with abundant rainfall in the Balearic Islands, peninsular east third and the Strait area. They may also be locally strong or persistent in Catalonia, Valencian Community and Aragon.
With less intensity, it is likely that the rains affect the rest of the country, except to the west third where they are unlikely. In the peninsular interior, rainfall may be in the form of snow, more abundant in the Iberian and Eastern Pyrenees. The islands Canary Islands will have cloudy skies with rains, less likely in Lanzarote and Fuerteventura.
In addition, snow will affect Cuenca, Guadalajara, Gerona and Zaragoza to a lesser extent (significant risk), where 20 centimeters of snow can accumulate in 24 hours. Likewise, Almería, Granada, Jaén, Albacete, Ávila, Burgos, Segovia, Soria, Barcelona and Murcia will be at risk for snow, which may leave between two and five centimeters of snow throughout the day, except in Albacete, Barcelona, Soria, where it will accumulate up to fifteen centimeters of snow.
In relation to rainfall, Barcelona, Gerona, Tarragona and Castellón will be at significant risk and could register up to 100 liters per square meter in twelve hours. Likewise, Teruel, Valencia, Ibiza and Formentera, Mallorca, Menorca and Murcia will also be at risk from rains that will leave around 60 liters per square meter in twelve hours.
For coastal phenomena, Tarragona, Alicante, Castellón, Valencia, La Coruña, Mallorca, Menorca, Ibiza and Formentera will be at significant risk by waves of between four and six meters. To a lesser extent, at risk, Asturias, Murcia and Lugo will be due to possible waves around five meters.
The strong winds will have a presence in Barcelona and Tarragona, which will be at significant risk, due to wind gusts of 90 km / h. Meanwhile, Huesca, Teruel, Zaragoza, Cuenca, Guadalajara, Burgos, Soria, Gerona, Lleida, Madrid, Alicante, Castellón, Valencia, La Coruña, Lugo, Mallorca and Menorca will also be at risk from winds that can reach 80 km / h.
Temperatures rise despite snow
The snow level will be between 1,000-1,400 meters in the Pyrenees, with the possibility of ascending to 1,800 meters, in the western Cantabrian will be less than 500 meters and going up to 800-1,200 meters in the northwest and north center. In the Iberian will be located around 1,400 meters and other areas of Castilla-La Mancha. In addition, in areas of the northeast, southeast and center will be located around 1,400-1,800 meters.
Instead, temperatures will usually increase although in the Canary Islands they will descend. Frosts will occur in areas of the northern half and mountains of the southeast, more intense in the Pyrenees.
Finally, the winds will be from the northeast and east in almost the entire country, being strong or with intervals of strong in the peninsular northeast, Balearic Islands and Galician coast. In the Canary archipelago, the north component winds.