The forecasts did not fail this time and the rains that came in force from the south in the morning went up the coast towards Barcelona leaving in their wake between 20 and 120 liters of water per square meter. In Vilanova, where everything was ready to celebrate the first preliminary races of the America's Cup, the downpour dumped almost 50 liters of water per square meter. This and the threat of an electrical storm finally forced the suspension of the races.
The passage of the storm caused, between eleven in the morning and six in the afternoon, 176 calls to the fire department, mainly due to flooding in streets and basements and 287 more calls to Civil Protection for other incidents. The heavy rains first affected Terres de l'Ebre, where more than 100 liters per square meter fell in l'Ampolla and l'Ametlla de Mar. The accumulation of water forced the N-340 to be closed for a few hours and once again flooded streets and basements in both municipalities. In the afternoon, classes in Sant Jaume d'Enveja (Montsià) and Deltebre (Baix Ebre) were suspended as a precaution.
The downpour also flooded some streets in the neighborhoods of Ponent de Tarragona and Arrabassada, next to the beach, and threatened the start of the Santa Tecla festivities, although in the end the Crida and the Tronada could to be held in Plaça de la Font as planned.
In the afternoon, the storm left 57 liters of water in municipalities such as Vallirana or 37 in Barcelona, where while it was raining part of a tree fell on top of a car on Carrer Avenir in Barcelona at the height of a school without, fortunately, being injured. In the last hour the storm weakened in the regions of Girona.
Until midday, most of the 176 calls registered by the firefighters were made from Terres de l'Ebre and, to a lesser extent, from Camp de Tarragona. During the afternoon, the focus of calls shifted to the north and south metropolitan regions of Barcelona, although throughout the day there were some warnings distributed throughout the territory.