Heavy or persistent rainfall is expected on the Cantabrian coast.
The State Meteorological Agency (Aemet) forecasts locally strong or persistent rainfall for this Saturday on the Cantabrian coast. Also intervals of strong wind on the coast of Galicia, Cantabrian, southern half of the peninsular Mediterranean area and the Canary Islands. Frosts in the interior of the peninsula, locally strong in the Pyrenees.
The presence of the Dora storm in the surroundings of the British Isles will continue to cause cloudy or overcast skies in Galicia, Cantabrian and north of Navarra, with precipitation and some occasional storms, which could be locally strong or persistent on the coasts.
Cloudiness and precipitation may spread, in a weaker and more dispersed way, to other areas of the north plateau, high Ebro, Central system, Iberian and Pyrenees. Little cloudy in the peninsular Mediterranean area.
In the rest of the Peninsula, intervals at first, tending to slightly cloudy in general. In the Balearic Islands, Melilla and the Strait area there will be cloudy intervals with some precipitation. In the Canary Islands, cloudy with precipitation and some storms in the north of the most prominent islands, without ruling them out in the rest.
Snow cover: about 500 m rising to 800 m in the Peninsula, and about 1000 m in the Balearic Islands.
The temperatures will continue to decline in the Balearic Islands, half of the peninsular southeast and the Canary Islands, and with few changes in the rest. Frosts in large areas of the interior of the peninsula, except in the southwest quadrant, more intense in mountain areas, and being strong in the Pyrenees.
The wind will continue to blow from the west component in the Peninsula and the Balearic Islands and from the north in the Canary Islands. Will have strong intervals on the coast of Galicia, Cantabrian, southern half of the peninsular Mediterranean area and the Canary Islands.