This midsummer weekend will see temperatures touch 40 degrees in Spain’s Andalucia

AEMET predicts the return of hot weather for most of Spain this week. image: wikimedia

It’s time to break out the sun cream as temperatures between five and 10 degrees above normal are expected over the weekend on the Costa del Sol.

These maximum highs will continue in Andalucia, Southern Galicia, the two Castillas, Madrid, and Extremadura at least until Sunday.

Rubén del Campo, spokesman for the State Meteorological Agency explains:

With this, “the sea breezes are activated, a thermal depression is formed in the southwest as a result of the heat and the Levante wind accelerates in the Strait, but the air mass of the interior of the peninsula remains stagnant and warms a little more every day than the previous one,” details Del Campo, who adds that this phenomenon is accentuated in May even though there are already many hours of sunshine.

So remember everyone, its masks AND suncream before you venture out today!

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Tony Winterburn

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    • Chris

      23 May 2020 • 16:40

      We are in the UK and can’t go to Spain so why show this you media and press should be held accountable for your lies and scaremongering

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      • John Smith

        24 May 2020 • 12:40

        Chris, as the paper is produced and circulated in Spain, we thought that readers here would be interested in their weather news.
        Sorry that you can’t join us at the moment but hope the weather is good in your part of the UK.

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