By Chris King • 27 December 2021 • 20:18
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The State Meteorological Agency (AEMET), has forecast a rise in temperatures for the province of Malaga, as we head towards the end of 2021. While the Christmas period saw cloudy skies and cold weather, leading up to the New Year, starting tomorrow, Tuesday 28, it is going to become warmer.
Malaga capital could reach as high as 24 degrees, with a minimum of 16, while Marbella, and Velez-Malaga, should experience slightly less, with a high of 24 degrees expected.
A slight drop on Wednesday 29 will see temperatures still hovering at around 20 degrees says the state forecaster. Coastal areas will see periods of partly cloudy skies, with low clouds during the early hours of the day.
Interior parts of the province can expect cloudy or overcast skies, with morning mists and fogs. Occasional weak rainfall could occur, giving way to slightly cloudy skies during the afternoon. Minimum temperatures will drop, and winds will blow from the northwest, with possible strong intervals.
As normal, the lowest temperatures are expected in the regions of Ronda and Antequera. In these regions, it will remain between nine and sixteen degrees. Torcal meanwhile, should see slightly higher temperatures, going as high as 17 according to the forecast of the Meteorological Agency.
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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.
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