A new Atlantic front will arrive this Wednesday from the northwest and will leave widespread rains in the western half of the Peninsula, although they could extend, weaker to the east but without reaching the Balearic Islands, according to the State Meteorological Agency (AEMET) which has reported by risk of precipitation, waves and strong winds to the northwest and southeast of the peninsula.
Thus, the AEMET has limited the risk warnings (yellow) this Wednesday, due to rain to Galiciawhere they can accumulate up to 40 liters per square meter in 12 hours in its four provinces.
Furthermore, they will be at risk due to coastal phenomena in La Coruña, Lugo, Asturiaswhere west or southwest winds will predominate with force 7 (50 to 61 kilometers per hour) with waves of 4 to 5 meters, as well as in Almeria y Granada, where they will also have winds from the west or southwest with force 7 but that will cause waves of 2 to 3 meters. Likewise, in the interior of Almería they will have a yellow warning for winds that will register gusts of up to 70 kilometers per hour.
The Atlantic front will penetrate the Peninsula from the northwest and leave behind cloudy or overcast skies in Galicia and western Cantabrian, with rainfall, which in western Galicia may be locally strong or persistent. In the rest of the Atlantic and northeastern peninsular slopes, cloudy skies or cloudy intervals are expected, without ruling out some light rain.
It won’t rain in mediterranean area, where slightly cloudy skies or with some cloudy intervals will predominate. In Canary Islandsthis Wednesday’s day will be marked by cloudy intervals in the north of the islands, without ruling out some light rain in the most prominent ones, and little cloudiness in the south.