Tough weather for the bridge: where will rain and cold be least likely? | Society

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The December bridge is approaching and the weather forecast is quite changeable, with a climatic fluctuation that will make us go from sun to rain and vice versa throughout the holidays. The second half of the bridge will be characterized by unstable weather and by the arrival of rainfall to almost the entire country.

Weekend: rain only in the north

Facing the weekend is when the forecast is clearer and more precise, rain is expected in the northern half and absence of rainfall in the southern half; on Sunday the situation is very similar, with the possibility of rain coming to the east of Castilla-La Mancha. The ‘fault’ of the rain is a front associated with a storm in the British Isles formed by a process of explosive cyclogenesis

Temperatures will rise at the beginning of the bridge with values ​​close to normal for early December, while on Sunday the flow from the north will be intense with intense rainfall in the extreme north of the country and with a thermal drop. There will also be rainfall in the rest of the northern half of the peninsula, although of less intensity, and in the Balearic Islands.

The snow level will drop again and snowfall may again occur over large areas. In the surroundings of the Cantabrian mountain range you can lower the level to about 900-1000 meters of altitude. In the Pyrenees, the level can go down to 500-600 meters of altitude.

As of Monday, the dry weather remains in the south and the clouds remain in the north, with rain in most of the Cantabrian Sea.

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Second half of the bridge: rain almost everywhere in the country

Tuesday and Wednesday will be the days with the most widespread rainfall. On Tuesday the rain spreads from the north towards Extremadura, western Andalusia and Castilla-La Mancha. Already on Wednesday the rain spreads throughout the Peninsula, with the possibility of snowfall in the Pyrenees, areas of Burgos, Soria, Zamora, and León.

This second batch of rains will be more important in the final stretch of the bridge. A cloud front associated with a powerful Atlantic storm formed by explosive cyclogenesis is expected as of Tuesday, according to the current forecast of eltiempo.es.

Although this storm would be located very far from Spain and would impact on the British Isles, its effects will also be noted here: a maritime storm and strong winds in the northwest and generalized rains that would begin on Tuesday in the north and west and would extend on Wednesday to the rest of the territory in the form of scattered showers.

In which areas will it be less likely to rain and less cold?

Levante

It is one of the areas where precipitation will be least likely along the Constitution Bridge. The Catalan coast may have some rains, but they will be less likely towards the south of the coast.

On Sunday the rainfall could reach the northern half of the Valencian Community and on Wednesday it will also be probable. Regarding temperatures, the maximums will be between 18 and 20 degrees in Valencia, Gandía, Denia, Benidorm, Cartagena and also in Murcia capital, where they can occasionally reach 22ºC.

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Extremadura and Andalusia

The southwest of our country will also have one of the calmest situations. No rain is expected in Extremadura until Tuesday and in Andalusia until Wednesday. They will also have milder temperatures than most of the peninsula.

Canary Islands

There will be little rainfall in the archipelago along the bridge. Yes, there can be some showers in the north of La Palma and Tenerife. But the temperatures will be more pleasant than in the rest of the country, with maximums above 20ºC on the coast, as usual.



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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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