The storm Karlotta says goodbye after leaving rain, snow and cold in much of Spain. But instability will continue this Monday with the entry of new Atlantic fronts, which will leave new rainfall and strong gusts of wind, according to the forecast of the State Meteorological Agency (Aemet).
The week will begin with cloudy skies in general and with precipitation in the extreme north and southwest of the peninsula, which could extend, with less probability and in a weaker way, to other areas of the Peninsula.
They can be somewhat more intense and persistent in the surroundings of the Cazorla mountain range. No precipitation is expected in the Balearic Islands where there will only be some cloudy intervals, as in the Canary archipelago.
The wind will blow with strong intervals on the coast of eastern Andalusia and very strong gusts in areas of the eastern third, while in the Cantabrian Sea it will blow with a change of direction and a sudden increase in intensity with very strong gusts.
These areas will be under an orange and yellow warning for coastal and wind phenomena, with waves of up to four meters and winds that could exceed 110 kilometers per hour. Very strong gusts are also expected in inland areas of the eastern third and in the lower Ebro, with a yellow warning for this reason.
Temperatures will increase almost universally, even noticeably or extraordinarily in large areas of the southern half and the northern plateau, where they will greatly exceed the maximum of 20 degrees. In Murcia, 26 degrees will be reached. In Malaga, they will stay at 24.
Frosts will be restricted to the northern and central mountains and are only expected to be moderate in the Pyrenees. The snow level on Monday will be around 1,800 meters in the Pyrenees, 1,600/2,000 meters in the northwest and center, and 2,000/2,600 meters in the south.