Storm Lola Will Hit Spain On Friday

Storm Lola Will Hit Spain On Friday. image: dgt

Storm Lola Will Hit Spain On Friday, so be prepared.

AEMET, Spain’s State Meteorological Agency, has already issued 12 provinces with a yellow weather warning, as ‘Storm Lola’ advances on the country, which means there is a strong chance of heavy rains and storms, as predicted a few days ago.

Storm Lola is due to hit land this Friday from the Atlantic, and the provinces most affected are likely to be Almeria, Albacete, Cuenca, Murcia, Alicante, and Valencia. Warnings have been activated for both rain and storms, while in Castellón the warning for rains has been decreed and in Granada and Jaén for storms.

Belts of low pressure will bring prolonged rain to most of Spain until next Monday, with many places, as you will see in the videos below, already during Thursday suffering bad weather conditions, as several inland regions were hit by spectacular hailstorms.

Springtime is always an unpredictable time with the weather in Spain, and this year has been no different, as temperatures start to rise, only to go back down again, with Storm Lola being the second bout of bad weather to hit the country in the last few weeks, as reported by

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Chris King

Originally from Wales, Chris spent years on the Costa del Sol before moving to the Algarve where he is a web reporter for The Euro Weekly News covering international and Spanish national news. Got a news story you want to share? Then get in touch at [email protected]


    • Neville

      24 April 2021 • 00:18

      Hi Are you the Chris King who used to do the entertainment at Miraflores years ago ? You used to wind the
      Audience up by telling them I was was with Buddy Holly and the crickets


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