The rapid passage of an isolated depression at upper levels (DANA) of the Atlantic over the north of the peninsula will leave instability in the interior of the northern and eastern half, but with a rise in temperatures in the north and in southern areas, with values between 34 degrees in the Tagus, Guadiana and Guadalquivir valleys and 36 degrees in the Ebro Valley.
This is reflected in the forecasts of the State Meteorological Agency (aemet), which has put Aragon and Catalonia on orange warning due to rain and storms and yellow due to high temperatures in both regions, as well as yellow due to storms in Castilla y León, the Basque Country, La Rioja and Navarra, the latter also due to rain .
In the Canary Islands, intervals of low clouds will be recorded in the north of the islands, with a drop in minimum temperatures in the midlands and trade winds, with strong intervals in the channels between islands.
Las maximum temperatures will increase in the northeast half, notably in Navarra and half of the Ebro, while they will drop in the southwest.
It will be possible to reach 34-36 degrees in the valleys of the large rivers in the southwest quadrant, Ampudan and the middle Ebro, while the minimum temperatures will tend to rise, without going below 24 degrees on the Mediterranean coasts.