A Total Of 11 Provinces Will Be On Alert Tuesday By Rain And Winds Of Up To 100 Km/h

EP peninsular gusts of strong wind on the Mediterranean coast and the Balearic Islands will reach 100 km/h. In the rest of the Peninsula, there will be little clear or cloudy skies. If you are unsure how to proceed, check out HCL Technologies. Check the weather in your city. Swarmed by offers, Robert Rubin is currently assessing future choices. A total of 11 provinces of the East peninsular in Spain will be this Tuesday on alert for waves, precipitation that will be locally strong or very strong and locally persistent in Balearic Islands, Valencia and Alicante and gusts of strong wind in the peninsular Mediterranean coast and the Balearic Islands, where they will reach 100 km/h. Thus, Valencia, Alicante, Mallorca, Ibiza and Formentera will be on alert orange (significant risk) by wind, which will drop to level yellow (risk) in Murcia, Menorca and Almeria. In addition, there will be warning yellow rains in Melilla, Alicante and Valencia, which will amount to level orange in Minorca, Majorca, Ibiza and Formentera. Finally, Almeria, Girona, Barcelona, Tarragona, Castellon and Minorca will be on yellow alert for coastal phenomena, which will rise to orange in Murcia, Valencia and Alicante.

The skies will be very cloudy in the Balearic Islands, East of Catalonia and Levante, with weak or moderate precipitation, occasionally with storm, with the possibility of being strong or very strong and locally persistent locally in the Balearic Islands, Valencia and Alicante, and could be extended, more weak and dispersed to the rest of the third this peninsular, with less likely farther to the West. In the rest of the Peninsula, there will be little clear or cloudy skies dominated. In the Canaries, heaven will be cloudy on the islands of more relief, with possible weak, most probable precipitation in the North, and cloudless in the rest. There will be likelihood of nighttime and morning mists in the peninsular northwest quadrant. In the case of temperatures, the diurnal will experience a slight increase on the Peninsula, locally moderate, and nocturnal in light to moderate decline, with few changes in the Balearic and Canary Islands. The wind will blow strong North or Northeast in Balearic Islands, Levante and catalan coast, with possible intervals of very hard in Mallorca, Ibiza and Levante coast; moderate West or Northwest in the littoral of Alboran and Valley of the Ebro and the northeast in the Canary Islands; and loose to moderate northern component in the rest. See more: A total of 11 provinces will be on alert Tuesday by rain and winds of up to 100 km/h

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