The cloudy skies They will predominate this Sunday in almost the entire country and rainfall and storms are expected in almost any area of the Peninsula, distributed in a discontinuous and irregular way, both spatially and temporally, according to the State Meteorological Agency (AEMET).
In general, this Sunday’s weather will continue to be marked by the presence of the storm ‘Lola’ in western Portugal. Therefore, it is likely that these precipitations and storms are more frequent and intense in Galicia, Asturias, western Castilla y León, Extremadura, southern plateau, eastern Andalusia and the Strait area, areas where it is not ruled out that they are accompanied by hail.
In addition, it is possible that rainfall is accompanied by mud in the Mediterranean area. They are expected to be weaker, more dispersed and occasional in the northeast of the peninsula, and less likely in the east of Catalonia and the southern coast of the Levant, without ruling them out in the Balearic Islands. In the Canary Islands, cloudy intervals with rainfall in the islands of greater relief, without ruling them out in the rest.
As for temperatures, the maximums will fall in the northwestern half of the Peninsula, and will rise in the Levante area. The minimums, meanwhile, will rise in the northeast quadrant of the peninsula and with little change in the rest.
In the Peninsula and the Balearic Islands, the eastern component winds will predominate, with fort intervals on the coasts of the southeast of the peninsula and of the northwest of the Canary Islands.
The forecast in the Canary Islands
Cloudy and even very cloudy skies will predominate in the Canary Islands this Sunday, when rains are expected but weak in general except in La Palma, where they could be moderate and winds with strong gusts are expected, as in other western islands, on a day in which, however, as announced by the State Meteorological Agency, temperatures will vary little, dropping slightly only in some cases.
The maximum will reach 24 degrees in the two capitals, where the minimum will be 18, according to its prediction, which details that the wind is initially expected from the west or weak northwest, but with a tendency to gain intensity locally until it is moderate and even strong in areas of Tenerife and La Palma where it could reach between 60 and 70 kilometers per hour or more.
In the waters of the Canary Islands, winds from the west or northwest are also expected, with strength between 3 and 5 and accompanied by a swell with areas of strong swell, as well as a northwest swell of 3 to 4 meters.