Easter will end with sunny weather

The second half of Holy Week will be marked by a trend towards stabilization, with a sunny environment and temperatures in notable risewhich will raise the thermometers above 30 degrees in the south of the peninsula and the Canary Islands after the cold and the rains left by the storm Evelyn, according to the spokesman for the State Meteorological Agency (Aemet), Rubén del Campo.

The instability will give way from Holy Thursday to rising temperatures widespread. This Wednesday there may still be showers in the peninsular Mediterranean area and in the Balearic Islands, which may be accompanied by storms, more intense in the south of the Valencian Community and Catalonia, with accumulations of up to 60 liters per square meter in 12 hours and strong wind in coastal areas.

In the rest of the Peninsula there will be cloudy intervals, with possible scattered showers in the central and eastern and northwestern mountainsand some occasional precipitation in Galicia and in the Cantabrian area.

The temperatures, which will drop on the Cantabrian coast, the northeast of the peninsula and the Balearic Islands, will gradually recover in the rest of the territory, with general promotions.

Widespread rising temperatures

The trend on Holy Thursday will be stabilization in the Peninsula, with cloudy intervals and no rainalthough, however, in the Balearic Islands, the Valencian Community and Murcia there will be rainfall, less abundant than this Wednesday, although in the morning it could be accompanied by a storm.

There will also be weak rains in the eastern Cantabrian Sea, while slightly cloudy skies will predominate in the rest of the country, without ruling out some showers in the afternoon in the interior of the eastern half of the peninsula.

The Mercury will continue to rise significantly in much of the Peninsulaespecially in the northeast, with values ​​of more than 20 degrees in Barcelona and Madrid, and above 25 in Huelva, although the thermometers will remain unchanged in the southeast and in the Balearic Islands.

From Good Friday, the Aemet prediction points to a predominance of the stable atmospherewithout ruling out some scattered rain early in the Balearic Islands, south of the Valencian Community and in Murcia.

In the rest of the country the sun will shine, although from midday there could be scattered showers, “the typical spring showers”, according to Del Campo, more likely in mountainous areas of the Peninsula.

The temperatures will continue to rise across the board, especially in the east of the peninsulawhere temperatures will exceed 20 degrees in general and even 25 in Zaragoza, Murcia, Lleida, Orense and Seville.

Temperatures can reach 30 degrees on the weekend

From the Saturday and until Monday the anticyclonic weather will continue, with only low clouds in the extreme north and cloudiness of evolution in the interior of the peninsula in the afternoon, without ruling out a shower in mountainous areas to the north and east. Nor is it ruled out that in the second half of Monday it could rain in Galicia and in the Cantabrian communities, but in general the stable and warm environment will prevail.

The thermometers will remain at high values ​​for the seasonbecause on Saturday “they will continue to rise clearly”, but during Sunday and Monday a decrease will be noticed in the coastal areas of the Mediterranean and the Bay of Biscay.

This weekend 30 degrees could be reached in provincial capitals such as Badajoz, Seville and Córdoba and, in general, the thermometers will mark temperatures between 5 and 10 degrees higher than normal for the time in a good part of the territory, values ​​typical of the beginning of June.

“As of Tuesday, uncertainty increases a lot,” according to the Aemet spokesman, although it is likely that the high pressures will be removed and the Atlantic storms and their associated fronts will return, especially to the northwest.

During the first days of next week the stable weather will continue in the southern halfalthough temperatures will drop across the board and return to values ​​more typical of the spring season.

As for the Canary Islands, the trade winds will blow intensely on Thursday and Friday and, from that day on, a significant rise in temperatures is expected, which could take the thermometers above 32 degrees in points of Lanzarote , Fuerteventura, Gran Canaria and Tenerife. The atmosphere in the Canary archipelago will remain warm until Tuesday, with possible presence of suspended dust, which would lead to haze.


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George Holan

George Holan is chief editor at Plainsmen Post and has articles published in many notable publications in the last decade.

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