The isolated depression at high levels (DANA), which in recent hours has affected large areas of the country with intense and abundant stormy rains, begins to subside. For this Tuesday, cloudiness is expected in Galicia, with precipitation and an occasional storm, with a tendency to reduce cloudiness.
The rains may also occur in the eastern Cantabrian, in the early hours of the day, cloudy skies will remain and showers are likely, occasionally accompanied by storms. In Levante, precipitation in the area of Cabo de la Nao is also likely, although it is not ruled out in other parts of the Valencian Community, according to the State Meteorological Agency (Aemet).
In the rest of the Peninsula, cloudy intervals without ruling out some precipitation, already of a weaker and more isolated character than in previous days, except in the extreme northeast of the peninsula and the east of the Balearic Islands, where slightly cloudy skies will predominate. Morning mists or mists are not ruled out in western Andalusia and in areas of the Levant, Iberia and the eastern central system.
The Aemet also warns of the appearance of haze in areas of the eastern peninsula and the Balearic archipelago. It is a natural meteorological phenomenon with impacts on health, agriculture, land and air transport or solar energy, recalls the agency.
There will be no change in temperatures. The daytimes are rising in the center and south of the peninsula, as well as in the western Bay of Biscay and in the Canary Islands, while they will decrease in the northeast, the Levant and the Balearic Islands, and with little change in the rest.
It will exceed 30 degrees in many parts of the country: Lleida, Murcia, Malaga, Logroño, Palma, Santander, Huesca, Granada, Bilbao, Córdoba, Castellón or Badajoz. Rising night temperatures in Galicia, western Andalusia and Extremadura and in the Canary archipelago. In decline in the rest.
Some meteorological stability is expected in the coming days, which will change with the entry of an Atlantic low pressure system on Friday. This will exert its influence on the Peninsula providing some instability, with intervals of medium and high clouds moving from south to north.
According to the Aemet forecast, according to the anomalies of the European Center for Meteorological Forecasts (ECMWF) model, this week is expected to be wetter and colder than normal in the center and west of the peninsula.