The weather this weekend will be marked by cold, with temperatures typical of the season and frost in mountain areas, anticipates the State Meteorological Agency (Aemet). During the next few days, stable weather dominated by high pressures located in the North Atlantic will persist, which will guarantee "an almost total absence of precipitation", except in the Eastern Cantabrian Sea and parts of Navarra.
No precipitation is expected except in the Canary Islands and the extreme north of the peninsula, which in this case will be weak. In addition, this weekend there will be morning fog banks again in the interior of the peninsula, according to the agency's forecast.
At the moment, for this Friday, an anticyclonic situation is expected in both the Peninsula and the Balearic Islands, with predominantly cloudy skies or high clouds. However, there will be cloudy skies in the extreme north, with the possibility of precipitation, generally weak, more likely in the morning in the eastern Cantabrian Sea, generally tending to clear up and subside.
Cloudy intervals are also expected on Catalan coasts and in the Balearic Islands, without ruling out occasional showers. In the Canary Islands, where weather more typical of the season will finally be recorded, cloudy skies are expected with probable scattered rains and showers in the afternoon, more abundant on the mountainous islands.
Regarding temperatures, Aemet expects an increase in maximum temperatures in the Central and southeastern interior system and a decrease in the northwest interior, the Pyrenees and the eastern Mediterranean area.
The minimum temperatures will increase in the southeast and northwest interiors and the Central system, but will decrease in the Pyrenees and central north, with weak and scattered frosts in areas of the Plateau and more intense in the Pyrenees area. In Albacete, Ávila, Cuenca, León or Segovia, the mercury will mark between 0 and -1 degrees.
For today, northwesterly winds are also expected to blow, strong in Ampurdán and with strong intervals in the eastern Balearic Islands and the mid-low Ebro. In Girona, the orange warning has been activated (significant risk) due to coastal phenomena, with waves of between four and five meters high.