Frosts will keep 19 provinces at risk this Monday with minimum temperatures of up to -8ºC
A total of 19 provinces of the peninsular interior will be this Monday, January 24, in a yellow warning (risk) due to frost, with temperatures of up to -8 degrees Celsius, according to the prediction of the State Meteorological Agency (Aemet).
Specifically, the frosts will affect, above all, at dawn first hour in the morning, to Huesca, Teruel, Zaragoza, Ávila, Burgos, León, Palencia, Salamanca, Segovia, Soria, Valladolid, Zamora, Cuenca, Guadalajara, Barcelona, Girona, Lleida and Tarragona, Orense.
In addition, Cádiz will be on yellow alert for coastal phenomena, with force 7 winds, occasionally 8, in the west of the Strait and south of the Trafalgar area, and intervals of east or southeast force 7 in the south of the Guadalquivir-Cabo area. Roche offshore.
On the other hand, in the Mediterranean area there will be cloudy intervals, with some weak precipitation and scattered around the Strait and, with low probability, along the coast of the Valencian Community and Murcia. In addition, in the southwestern third of the peninsula there will be cloudy intervals of medium and high type that will increase.
In the rest of the peninsular southeast quadrant, some low-type cloudy intervals are expected during the first half of the day; and slightly cloudy or clear in the rest of the Peninsula. In the Canary Islands, Heavens they will be cloudy in the western islands, without ruling out precipitation, and with intervals of clouds in the eastern ones.
Nor are they ruled out morning mists in the south of Castilla-La Mancha and inland Galicia, according to the prediction of the Aemet, which also warns of some haze in the southwest of the peninsula.
As for the maximum temperatures, these will rise in the north of the North plateau, the Cantabrian mountain range, the upper Ebro, the Basque Country, Navarra and the Pyrenees, while they will experience few changes in the rest and also in the minimum.
Frosts remain in much of the interior north, center and east of the Peninsula, more intense in the Pyrenees, valleys of the North Plateau and around the south of the Iberian system, and weaker and more scattered in the interior of the southeast quadrant.
Considering the wind, it will be strong in the Strait and with strong intervals in Alborán. For its part, it will blow from the east in the north of Galicia and from the northeast on the southeast coast, and it will be weak from the east in the rest of the southern half of the peninsula and variable light in the rest of the country.