Valencian Community

  • Posted on September 17, 2013 at 3:17 pm

Temperatures are suffering a significant decline. Credit: Martin O’Malley-2011. In some areas of the Northern plateau will be an extraordinary slump. From Thursday, temperatures will return to upload. Wednesday temperatures suffering a locally extraordinary, remarkable decline in parts of the Northern plateau, high Ebro and Aragon, according to the Agencia Estatal de Meteorologia (Aemet). This heat Truce will not last much, because the forecast from Thursday, indicates that temperatures will again present rises. Intervals of clouds of diurnal evolution in mountain areas of the Mainland Eastern half with showers or weak to locally moderate storms during the afternoon in the Pyrenees and in the mountains of the interior of the Valencian Community. It is possible that they also affect scattered points of La Mancha, Iberian, Central systems and mountain ranges of the interior of Eastern Andalusia and Murcia. In the peninsular North, skies will be cloudy to very cloudy, with weak rainfall in Cantabrian communities submitted in the afternoon.

Little cloud in the rest of the Peninsula and Balearic Islands. In the Canary Islands cloud in the North of the Islands. Maximum in decline locally extraordinary, remarkable, points of the Northern plateau, high Ebro and Aragon and slight decline to moderate in the rest of the peninsular northern half, Centre and Balearic. Few changes in the rest. Wind component North, moderate or strong in the littoral of Galicia and in the Canary Islands and Northwest in Girona and the Ebro Valley; moderate in the Cantabrian Sea and North of Balearic and loose in the rest. Source of the news: the heat gives a momentary lull before returning

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