The ‘crazy’ week also touches Father’s Day: the AEMET warns what will happen on the bridge of San Jose

The ‘crazy’ week also touches Father’s Day: the AEMET warns what will happen on the bridge of San Jose

Rain will be present in much of the country.

It has been too hot, it has cooled down, it has rained again? Weather madness in just a few days. It is not yet astronomical spring, but as if it were, because the weather keeps changing.

And with the arrival of the Bridge of San José, the consultations multiply. In Valencia celebrate the big days of their Fallas with an eye on the sky … and on the mobile. Millions of tourists to other corners do the same.

According to the State Meteorological Agency (AEMET) this Saturday temperatures will drop again in almost all the Peninsula, except in the northwest and in the Levante area, where they may even rise slightly.

Rain will be a constant throughout the north, from Galicia to the Aragonese and Catalan Pyrenees, and occasional in parts of Valencia and Murcia, while in the central area and the southern third a stable and sunny weather is forecast, with highs of 23 degrees in the southeast and below 20 in the rest of the peninsula.

Looking ahead to Sunday the rain will spread, not only throughout the north, but for much of the Mediterranean arc, as well as in the Balearic and Canary Islands. Temperatures will oscillate, with a certain decrease in the northeast and a rise in the southwest.

Monday, a holiday in several communities, will be a stable day, with hardly any precipitation forecast, as adds, without great thermal variations and maximum temperatures of 21-22ºC in the center and south of the peninsula, and between 15 and 20 in the north and east.


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