The State Meteorological Agency (Aemet) forecasts strong gusts of wind in the Canary Islands tomorrow as storm Theta passes.
The approach of Tropical Storm Theta will produce this Saturday strong gusts of wind in the Canary Islands and temporary, as well as rainfall in the west of Galicia and the southwest quadrant and extensive morning mists, more likely in the Ebro depression, in the Duero basin, in the interior of the extreme southeast of the peninsula and on the southern plateau.According to the State Meteorological Agency (Aemet), in the west of Galicia and in the peninsular southwest quadrant it is expected heavy cloud cover, with precipitation throughout the day, without ruling out a locally strong storm. In a weaker and more dispersed way, they can spread to other areas of the Atlantic slope, to the Mediterranean area of Andalusia and the interior of the peninsular northeast.In the Canary Islands The cloudiness will increase in the west, with rainfall in La Palma, without ruling out that they are accompanied by storms and, in a scattered way, in other areas of the western islands.Also, in the north of the Balearic Islands and in the eastern end of Catalonia there can be rainfall in the morning. While, in the rest of the country there will be cloudy skies or with cloudy intervals, except in the Cantabrian area, where only some high clouds are expected.There will be extensive morning mists in the Ebro valley, in the north of the Duero basin, in the interior of the extreme southeast of the peninsula, Huelva and Mallorca. Possible haze in the Canary Islands throughout the day.In the Peninsula there will be a rising night temperatures in the southern half and in the Canary Islands, daytime increases in the eastern islands. A few changes in the rest.The approach of Tropical Storm Theta will leave wind with strong gusts in the Canary Islands, especially in the midlands and in the highlands of the westernmost islands. The wind will blow from the south component in the northwestern third of the peninsula, with strong intervals on the Galician coast and on the island of La Palma. In the rest of the country it will be weak.
Forecast by autonomous communities:
– GALICIA: sky with cloudy intervals on the Atlantic coast and little cloudy in the rest, with an increase in the early morning to a covered sky, except in the extreme northeast, where intervals of medium and high clouds will predominate. Showers and showers in the southwest, which will be more frequent and intense during the second half of the day, when they can be accompanied by storms. In the rest there will be weak and scattered rains, which will be less likely the further northeast of the autonomous community. There will be mists and some morning fog bank in the valleys of the southeast. Minimum temperatures unchanged or slightly rising, and maximum falling in the southwest and unchanged or slightly falling in the rest. South component wind, weak at first in the interior and more intense on the coast, with strong intervals between Finisterre and Ortegal, which will intensify from midday in the northern third with very strong gusts.– ASTURIAS: slightly cloudy sky, with an increase in the intervals of medium and high clouds, and cloudy skies in the mountains, where some scattered and occasional rain or showers are not ruled out. Minimum temperatures unchanged or slightly rising, and maximum slightly falling in the southern third, slightly rising on the coast and unchanged in the rest. Loose wind from the south, more intense in the high areas, which will intensify during the afternoon with very strong gusts in the western third and in the mountain range.– CANTABRIA: cloudy sky in the southwest and slightly cloudy or clear in the rest, both in the morning and at the end of the day. Intervals of medium and high clouds are expected for the rest of the day. Low probability of precipitation in Liébana. Temperatures with slight changes and predominance of ascents, except for the maximum in the southwest, which go down. Wind of south and southwest components with some very strong gusts in the high areas of the interior.– BASQUE COUNTRY: slightly cloudy sky with intervals of medium and high clouds, more frequent in the morning, and with low clouds in Álava at the beginning and end of the day, with associated mists and fog banks. Temperatures with slight changes, somewhat more pronounced the decrease in the maximum in the northeast. Loose wind from the south that will be more intense on the coast.– CASTILE AND LEON: slightly cloudy sky or with cloudy intervals, which will increase from the south to covered sky. In the southeast there will be precipitation that can spread weaker and dispersed to the rest. There will be mists and morning fogs, which in the north can be more lasting. Minimum temperatures rising in the south and without changes or slightly rising in the rest, and maximum rising in the lower Duero basin and with slight changes in the rest. The wind will blow from the southwest direction.– NAVARRA: slightly cloudy sky with intervals of medium and high clouds, temporarily cloudy. In the southwest, cloudy sky with low clouds in the morning and at the end of the day, with associated mists and fog banks. Temperatures unchanged or with some slight change. Loose wind of south and southeast components with more intense intervals in the northern third and with some very strong gusts on the Cantabrian slope.– THE RIOJA: slightly cloudy sky, with an increase to covered with probability of weak precipitations. There will be morning mists and fogs in the Ribera del Ebro. Temperatures without changes. Winds from the south and southwest in the mountains and from the southeast in the valley.– ARAGON: sky with cloudy intervals, more abundant during the central hours of the day, with weak and scattered precipitation. There will be morning mists and fog banks in the low areas, without ruling out that they are locally persistent in the lower Ebro and in the south of Huesca. Minimum temperatures of the southern half on the rise and the rest with few changes. In the northern half, a light wind from the southeast direction and in the southern half, it will blow light from the south.– CATALONIA: slightly cloudy sky with an increase to a cloudy sky in the afternoon, without ruling out weak and scattered precipitation on the coast and in the westernmost strip in the afternoon, which will subside and tend to slightly cloudy sky at the end of the day. There will be morning mists and fog banks in the interior, without ruling out that they are locally persistent in the Lérida depression. Temperatures without changes, with slight local increases in the maximum. Loose variable wind with a tendency to be loose from the south component with moderate intervals on the north coast.– EXTREMADURA: sky covered with precipitation that will subside at the end of the day. Mists and fog banks are not ruled out, especially at the end of the day. Rising minimum temperatures, locally notable, and unchanged maximum temperatures, which may experience a slight decrease in the south and a slight increase in the north. South component loose wind.– MADRID’S COMMUNITY: overcast sky without ruling out some weak and scattered rain, especially in the area of the mountains and in the first half of the day. Mists and fog banks will form at the end of the day. Minimum rising temperatures and maximum unchanged. Light wind with a predominance of the southwest direction.– CASTILLA LA MANCHA: sky covered with rains that will be more frequent and intense in the first half of the day in the western provinces and during the second half of the day in the east and northeast. There will be mists and fog banks starting in the afternoon in the provinces of Cuenca and Guadalajara. Minimum temperatures on the rise, locally notable in the western half, and maximum temperatures without changes or with slight changes. Loose wind with a predominance of the southern component.– VALENCIAN COMMUNITY: covered sky with probability of weak and isolated precipitations in the interior, which will remit and tend to slightly cloudy sky at the end of the day. There will be morning mists and fog banks inside. Temperatures in slight rise or without changes. Loose variable wind with a predominance of the southern component and with a tendency at the end of the day to the western component.– MURCIA: cloudy sky without ruling out weak and occasional precipitation in the northwest. Morning mists and low clouds will occur. Minimum temperatures unchanged, and maximum falling. Loose variable wind with a tendency to be loose and from the southwest direction on the coast in the afternoon.– BALEARES: cloudy intervals with low probability of some weak and isolated precipitation in Menorca and in the north of Mallorca. There will be morning mists and a fog bank is not ruled out in Mallorca. Temperatures with little change. Variable light wind.– ANDALUSIA: cloudy sky or covered with showers, more likely and intense in the western half; and unlikely in the far east, where cloudy intervals are expected. There will be morning mists or fogs in the western interior. Minimum rising temperatures, and maximum falling in the interior and without changes on the coast. Loose wind with a southerly component in the western third and variable looseness in the rest, with a tendency towards a westerly component on the Mediterranean coast at the end of the day.– CANARY ISLANDS: cloudy sky with a predominance of medium and high clouds and the opening of wide clearings at noon in the western islands. Precipitation west of La Palma during the second half of the day. They will be more frequent at the end of the day, when they are not ruled out on the western and southern slopes of the rest of the western islands. Temperatures with few changes or in slight decrease in the western islands and rising in the eastern ones, especially that of the maximum. On the coasts, wind from the southeast on the eastern islands and from the southwest on the western ones. In the midlands and in the highlands, moderate to strong southwest wind. Very strong gusts on the summits and in the high midlands of the western islands, where they can exceed 80 kilometers per hour.