Rainy day today in the Cantabrian Sea, the Pyrenees and Navarra and cloudy intervals in the rest of the peninsula

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Rainy day today in the Cantabrian Sea, the Pyrenees and Navarra and cloudy intervals in the rest of the peninsula





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Rain in Valencia


Today Friday, June 5 the sky will be cloudy in the Canary Islands more western, where rains and showers will take place and the temperatures will be “abnormally high”, and in the north of the peninsula where rainfall will occur especially in the Cantabrian, Navarre and Pyrenees area.

According to State Meteorological Agency (Aemet), Strong wind intervals will occur in the Almería coast, high areas of the Canary Islands and, initially, in the lower Ebro. The sky will be cloudy in the extreme north of the Peninsula, with rains and showers in the central and eastern Cantabrian, north Navarre and Pyrenees areas, tending to disperse, with some isolated shower in the Cantabrian and northern Catalonia.

In the surroundings of Cádiz, central and northeast Andalusia will also be cloudy, with precipitations in the morning, which will tend to disperse, with some isolated showers in southern ranges. At rest of the country, slightly cloudy skies will predominate, with some cloudiness of evolution in the interior, more abundant in mountain areas, without ruling out an isolated shower in eastern Balearic Islands.

In the northern half of the peninsula and Andalusia possible morning mists or mists in mountain areas, as well as haze in Melilla. The maximum temperatures rise in the interior of the peninsula, while they will decrease on the southeast and south coast of the Balearic Islands. Abnormally high values ​​will be recorded in the Canary Islands.

The wind will blow from north and west components in Galicia, Cantabrian, Ebro valley and, rolling to the southwest, in the Balearic Islands. With west and south components in the rest of the country. Fort intervals on the Almería coast, high areas of the Canary Islands, initially in the lower Ebro and, occasionally, in the eastern Cantabrian, Ampurdán and Baleares.

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