By Chris King • 08 January 2023 • 0:47
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AEMET, the State Meteorological Agency, has issued a yellow weather warning for the Valencian Community. Strong winds can be expected along with scattered showers.
Sunday is expected to begin with cloudy skies with rain developing in the northern half. This will most likely be weak and scattered in the southern half and should subside towards the end of the day.
A yellow warning is in place from midnight until 8pm. It was issued initially only for the entire interior of the province of Valencia but has now been extended to the entire interior of Castellon.
During the middle part of the day, very strong gusts of wind could reach up to 80km/h in high and highly exposed areas. Temperatures will rise, with maximums that could exceed 20°C.
Very strong gusts of wind are expected again today, so it is not ruled out that AEMET could issue a yellow warning again. It will be a day of cloudy intervals, without ruling out some weak and isolated showers in points of the regional interior during the morning, with partly cloudy skies in the afternoon.
Minimum temperatures will drop in the northern half but could rise in the rest. Maximums will rise throughout the Community, possibly reaching as high as 24°C in some parts of the coast.
AEMET’s forecast indicates a stabilisation of the weather today, with slightly cloudy or clear skies. Minimums will remain unchanged in the north of Castellon, but a decrease will occur in the rest.
Maximum temperatures could rise in the interior of Castellon while remaining stable or with slight decreases in the rest. Values as high as the previous day’s are not expected. A westerly wind is expected in the province of Valencia.
The rest of the week is not expected to see much change, with the sun shining and temperatures oscillating between a minimum of 10 degrees and a maximum of 10°C in the city of Valencia.
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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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