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This week the climatological summer begins with the arrival of a DANA to the peninsula that will leave all over the country showers, thunderstorms, hail and even rains of mud that have put a yellow warning to Aragon, Asturias, Cantabria, Castilla y León, Catalonia and Galicia, Castilla La Mancha and the Community of Madrid.

Specifically, they will have notices Zaragoza, Asturias, Cantabria, Ávila, Burgos, León, Palencia, Segovia, Toledo, Girona, Lugo, Orense and Madrid.

The weather agency Meteored recalls that he Weather summer runs from June 1 to August 31, and this stormy “party” that begins this Monday is due to the formation of a dana (isolated atmospheric depression at high levels) of polar origin located north of the Canary Islands, which moves to the southwest of the peninsula and will cross the country this Tuesday.

This depression will cause already from this Monday heavy rains, thunderstorms and even hail, a situation that could last until Wednesday. There is also the possibility of mud storms due to the Saharan dust that continues to enter through the south of the peninsula.

According to Meteored, after this episode the storms could return with intensity on Friday and Saturday.

Quite uncertain

In most of the Peninsula and the Balearic Islands, abundant medium and high cloud cover is expected, to which it will be added daytime evolution cloudiness inside, although there is quite a bit of uncertainty.

In the first half of the day they cannot be ruled out in the south and east of Andalusia and will spread in the afternoon, probably already in the form of scattered showers and storms, to other areas of the interior of the peninsula, more likely and intense in the northern plateau and surrounding mountains, areas of the southern plateau, Betic mountains and Pyrenees. Could become locally strong in the interior of Galicia and the Cantabrian area, west of the Central system and eastern Pyrenees.

On Canary Islands, this monday there low probability of rain weak and occasional in the north of mountainous islands at first and little cloud in the rest.

There is also the possibility of calima high in the southern half of the peninsula, northern plateau and Alboran, so that rainfall may be accompanied by mud, as well as possible low clouds or morning fogs on the Galician and Cantabrian coastlines.

The daytime temperatures they will rise in the northern third of the peninsula, notably in the interior eastern Cantabrian, and they will fall in the interior of the southern half, notably in Huelva. A few changes in the rest.

Regarding the windIt will blow from the northeast on the Cantabrian coast, the Galician north coast and, with intervals of strong, in the Canary Islands; from the east on the Alboran coast; from the southeast in the eastern Mediterranean area. In the rest of the country, the south component wind will predominate, more intense during the day in the interior of the peninsula, with strong gusts in storm areas.


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