Temperatures are set to plummet across Spain

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Temperatures are set to plummet across Spain on as a high-pressure trough descends on the peninsula.

According to Spain’s Meteorological Agency AEMET on Wednesday, September 28, the trough will bring cold air from the north. The colder temperatures on Thursday and Friday will be accompanied by widespread rain practically throughout the whole country.

Temperatures will fall by as much as 10 degrees dropping into the low twenties and further inland and in the north into the teens.

The trough is expected to be short-lived with temperatures beginning to return to normal on the weekend.

The first snowfalls are also expected in the Pyrenees above 1,900 metres although these could drop down as low as 1,500 metres.

For the majority of the country, conditions will be cloudy, cool and with some rain although heavier downpours are expected in the north and in the Bay of Biscay.

The Balearics can also expect cloudy conditions and the occasional showers, although conditions could worsen overnight on Thursday. Similar conditions can be expected across the northern parts of the Canaries and possibly as far south as Tenerife.

Strong winds can be expected in the Bay of Biscay, in the lower Ebro and the Alborán.

With temperatures set to plummet across Spain, the signs are there that Spain can expect a cooler and wetter winter than last year.  


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Peter McLaren-Kennedy

Originally from South Africa, Peter is based on the Costa Blanca and 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]

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