The Peninsula is still located under the domain of low pressures and after Itemwhich left this Tuesday even more than 100 liters per square meterthis Thursday will arrive Aline that although it will quickly cross the territory it will leave abundant and widespread rains, wind and sea storm during that day and on Friday, as reported by the State Meteorological Agency (AEMET).
The spokesperson for the AEMET, Rubén del Campo, has indicated that Item left 107 liters per square meter in 12 hours in the Peak Port (Ávila), 79 liters per square meter in 12 hours in The Covatilla (Salamanca) although the rainfall irrigated large areas of the western third of the peninsula.
Furthermore, he pointed out that during the early hours of Wednesday it continued to rain in the Central System and also in the Cantabrian Sea, with very strong wind gusts, even hurricanes, that is, greater than 120 kilometers per hour in points of the Sierra Nevada and the Cantabrian Mountains. During this Wednesday the unstable weather will continue, with rain and winds in the north and west of the Peninsula.
In addition, he predicts that this Thursday a “small but deep storm off Portugal “which will complicate the weather for the Iberian Peninsula”, since there will be widespread and abundant rains and also very strong gusts of wind and rough seas.
This storm, Aline, is the first to be named by the meteorological services of southwestern Europe, in this case by the Portuguese Meteorological Service. This group is also made up of Spain, France, Belgium and Luxembourg.