Eleven communities maintain the alert this Friday for high temperatures, up to 40 degrees in the south, while in Catalonia (orange level) there will also be very strong storms and rains, accompanied by hail, which will also occur in Aragon.
As indicated by the State Meteorological Agency (Aemet) on its website, the communities of Andalusia, the Balearic Islands, the Canary Islands, Castilla y León, Castilla-La Mancha, Extremadura and Madrid also maintain the alert for high temperatures -with a yellow risk level- . Likewise, Aragón, where very intense rains and storms are also expected; and in Galicia, in addition to the heat, there will be coastal phenomena.
In Catalonia, the accumulated rainfall may be up to 40 liters per square meter in one hour due to the forecast of very strong storms.
For today’s day, temperatures could reach 40 degrees in Andalusia, specifically in the Cordovan countryside and also in Granada, in the Genil basin. Likewise, in Jaén, in the Guadalquivir Valley.
Very high values are also expected in Castilla-La Mancha, up to 40 degrees in the Tajo valley, specifically in the region of Talavera (Toledo).
They also highlight maximum forecasts for today, such as 34 degrees in the Madrid mountains, 35 in the Canary Islands and 36 degrees in the Balearic Islands, as well as in the provinces of Ávila and Salamanca (Castilla y León). 36 degrees will also be reached in Aragon, in its three provinces.
In Catalonia, the storms will be strong with the probability of large hail and very strong gusts of wind on the pre-coastal of Barcelona, preferably to the south, and could also affect the alert for areas near Tarragona, as well as the central depression of Lleida.
Strong storms are also expected in Aragon, in the three provinces where hail is also likely along with intense gusts of wind.
In the Valencian Community, 38 degrees could be reached and hail is likely, as well as strong gusts of wind and locally strong intensities of precipitation.
On the other hand, Galicia is on yellow alert due to coastal phenomena in A Coruña, between Fisterra and Sisargas and offshore north of Prior.