Spain definitively leaves behind the DANA that hit large areas of the country. For this Wednesday, the State Meteorological Agency (Aemet) forecasts a rise in daytime temperatures in the western half of the peninsula, cloudy skies in Galicia and in the Mediterranean area and isolated rainfall.
The probability of precipitation will be very weak in almost all of Spain. According to the forecast, clear skies or with intervals of high clouds are expected in almost the entire Peninsula and in the Balearic Islands, except for some cloudiness of daytime evolution in the north, center and southeast of the peninsula, and some possible isolated storms.
Daytime temperatures will rise in the western half of the peninsula. In Bilbao, it will touch 35 degrees. In A Coruña, 30 degrees will also be exceeded, as in Ourense and Oviedo. There will be a slight decrease in the Mediterranean areas, although they will remain high in many points such as Murcia or Girona. In the rest, they will undergo few changes.
Winds from the east will blow in the eastern peninsular third and the Mediterranean area, from the south in Galicia and light variables in the rest.
The weather situation could change from Thursday. As indicated by Aemet on its website, for that day the approach to the northwest of the Peninsula of a low pressure center is expected, the result of a Fujiwhara fusion process between the remains of the ex-Franklin storm and a cold low that, in turn, it came from the DANA of previous days.
This process, which still "involves a lot of uncertainty", could leave "significant adverse phenomena", with possible showers and storms in the northwestern third, starting Friday. However, specialists will specify its scope in successive forecasts.