He heat will persist throughout this week, “very warm” for the time of year in most of the country, in which it will continue to exceed 30 degrees in most of the territory, between 32-34 degrees in the southern half and 34- 36 degrees in the Guadiana and Guadalquivir valleys.
Is about daytime temperatures “between 5 and 10 degrees” above normal in large areas of the country, has advanced Rubén Del Campo, spokesperson for the State Meteorological Agency (Aemet), who has detailed that in the north of the peninsula, however, the values will be between 10 and 15 degrees above normal.
This Monday there will be hardly any major changes in temperatures, although they are expected to drop somewhat in areas of the Mediterranean, the Balearic Islands and Galicia, but they will rebound in the Cantabrian Sea: “In Bilbao they could reach between 36 and 38 degrees,” the spokesperson warned.
On Tuesday the passage of a front will leave weak rains in the Cantabrian Sea promoting “a clear thermal drop” in the north of the peninsula, but especially in the Cantabrian communities, where the drop will become “extraordinary”, with maximums that will remain up to 10 degrees below this Monday or even more.
Capitals like Bilbao, for example, will not reach 22 degrees (15 degrees less than the previous day); In the rest, the maximum temperatures will exceed 30 to 32 degrees in large areas of the country including the Balearic Islands; 32 to 34 degrees in the southern half and large areas of the Canary Islands; 34-36 degrees in Extremadura and Andalusia, and 36 to 38 degrees in the interior of the province of Huelva and Guadalquivir Valley.