A total of 19 provinces remain on alert for heat, rain or storms


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A total of 19 provinces will continue this Thursday with warnings for high maximum temperatures, rains and storms. The latter will affect the Cantabrian mountain range, north of the Iberian system and the Pyrenees, according to the prediction of the State Meteorological Agency (Aemet).

Thus, they have been activated yellow notices (risk) due to rains and storms in Gerona and Lérida. In addition, the orange notice (major risk) in Córdoba due to temperatures up to 37ºC and yellow in Granada, Huelva, Jaén, Seville, Huesca, Zaragoza, Baleares, Ávila, Salamanca, Ciudad Real, Toledo, Lérida, Cáceres, Badajoz, Ourense and Madrid, for maximum temperatures between 30ºC and 38ºC. During the day, cloudy skies with showers and storms are expected in the Pyrenees, which could be locally strong and accompanied by hail.

In the rest of the Peninsula and the Balearic Islands, little cloudy or clear skies, with some cloudy intervals in the Cantabrian Sea, and daytime evolution cloudiness in the interior of the north and center of the Peninsula, with the possibility of showers and more likely storms in the Cantabrian mountain range and in the north of the Iberian system.

Maximum temperatures will rise in the south and center of the Peninsula

Meanwhile, in the Canary Islands, cloudy skies in the north of the islands, with the possibility of light rains in those of greater relief.

Temperatures this Thursday

Regarding the temperatures, the maximum will rise in the south and center of the Peninsula, and they will go down in Galicia, inland of the Cantabrian area, upper Ebro and Pyrenees. In fact, it is expected to exceed 35ºC in the peninsular southwest quadrant and in the Ebro valley.

By last, trade winds are expected in the Canary Islands with intervals of strong intensity in the western islands; north and northeast wind in western Galicia; from the northwest in the Ebro valley; and predominance of light winds in the rest.


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