The effects of storm Ciarán will be noticed hoyThursday, November 2, in almost all Spainwith fronts that will enter the northwest of the peninsula and bring heavy rainfall occasionally accompanied by a storm in Galiciathe area Cantabrica y Pyrenees.
Furthermore, the precipitation will spread to the rest of the Peninsula already Balearicsalthough with less intensity towards the south and Mediterranean area and without affecting the southeast of the peninsula, according to the predictions of the State Meteorological Agency (AEMET).
Total, 48 provinces will be on alert throughout Thursday for rain, wind or coastal phenomena. Thus, the risk from coastal phenomena will be important on the coasts of Galicia (with red alert in A Coruña), Asturias, MurciaBalearics, Ceuta, Melilla, Murcia and various provincese Basque Country, Valencian Community and Catalonia.
They will also have notice for rains the four provinces of Galicia, which will be able to leave 40 liters per square meter in one hour in various areas, in addition to being on alert due to risk in Huesca, Jaen, León, Guipúzcoa o Lleida.
In any case, during Thursday the most relevant phenomenon will be the strong wind with a western component, with very strong gusts (over 70 km/h) quite generally, reaching 90 km/h in large areas of the north, interior of the peninsula and the Balearic Islands, and even more than 150 km/h in high areas and especially in parts of the Cantabrian coast and areas of the east and southeast of the peninsula.