Orange & Yellow Heat Wave Warnings for Spain’s Costa Blanca, Valencia & Murcia

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Spain’s state meteorology agency (Aemet) has issued orange and yellow alert heatwave warnings for the Costa Blanca, Valencia and Murcia regions for tomorrow, July 1.

The Costa Blanca is on a yellow alert heat wave warning with temperatures set to rise up to 40°C. The towns of Orihuela, Torrevieja and Alicante will enjoy highs of around 30°C. Javea and Denia will enjoy slightly higher temperatures of around 32/33°C degrees. However, the towns of Elche, Pego and Orihuela are predicted to reach highs of 39°C-40°C.

Benidorm and Villajoyosa will enjoy slightly cooler temperatures of 27°C and 28°C, respectively. Parts of Valencia and Murcia, however, are on the more severe orange alert warning as temperatures are predicted to reach around 40°C/41°C degrees. The heatwave from the Sahara is expected to last until early next week.

 

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