Eight communities continue on Thursday on alert due to heavy and intense rains and storms caused by the circulation of the Dana, with the highest incidence in Andalusia, where the province of Huelva It is at the red level (extreme risk) due to rains that will leave up to 60 liters in an hour.
On Andalusia, the province of Huelva has activated the red warning between 12 noon and 2:00 p.m. peninsular time for rains throughout the western area of the coast of up to 60 liters per square meter in one hour; in Seville the orange alert persists for rainfall of 40 liters in the northern mountains of Seville and in the countryside.
Extremadura has activated the orange level (important risk) in the province of Badajoz where 30 liters will be collected in one hour in areas of the Guadiana, Barros and Serena valley and south of Badajoz; In Cáceres there is a yellow alert (risk) for rains that will leave 15 liters per square meter in an hour, reports the State Meteorological Agency (Aemet) on its website.
All the Balearic Islands remain orange due to rainfall and by strong storms with an accumulated precipitation of 40 liters in an hour. In the communities of Castilla y León, Castilla-La Mancha, Catalonia, the Community of Madrid and the Valencian Community, they have activated the yellow alert for rainfall that will range between 15 and 30 liters per square meter in one hour.
Meteorology warns that with the orange alert there is a significant meteorological risk, with a certain degree of danger for usual activities, and with yellow there is no meteorological risk for the general population, although there is for some specific activity.