! Murcia today – Widespread rain and overcast skies ahead: Spain weather forecast for September 26-29

Publication date: 09/26/2022

The worst of the storms will be over by Tuesday, but Spain is in store for a rather dreary week

Most of Spain glimpsed the winter weather ahead last weekend as the tail end of a cyclone slammed into the Canary Islands, grounding flights, closing schools and causing massive flooding and destruction. storm damage to roads, buildings and homes. It has been downgraded to a subtropical storm, but ‘Hermine’ still leaves the islands of Tenerife, El Hierro and La Palma on red alert throughout monday september 26.

Elsewhere, Monday will start cloudy and rainy in many parts of the country, with locally strong thunderstorms expected in the Balearic Islands, Alicante, Murcia and southern Valencia early in the day. These should subside as the morning progresses but could resurface later in the afternoon.

Daytime temperatures will drop in southern Spain with the arrival of a light northerly wind.

On Monday, Andalusia, Castile-La Mancha, Murcia and Valencia are on yellow alert for heavy rain. A yellow alert was also issued in the Balearic Islands, Cantabria, Catalonia and the Basque Country for rough seas.

Ermine will begin to move away from the Canary Islands on tuesday september 27 even if the rain will persist all day. The outlook is similar in the rest of the country: cloudy skies and scattered showers are expected in northern Spain which could spread weakly towards the southern borders in the early afternoon.

It will be a brighter day in southern Spain, however, with thermometers again climbing below 30 degrees in parts of Alicante, Malaga and Murcia. Very little change is expected for overnight temperatures, although these have already dropped considerably in the south.

Yellow weather alerts in place for wind in the Valencian Community and Catalonia and for rough sea conditions in the Balearic Islands.

Pretty much the same on Wednesday, September 28with overcast and rainy weather expected in northern Spain and the islands.

The mercury will rise, especially along the east coast, but a slight drop is expected in the west.

Very strong westerly winds are expected in the Bay of Biscay, Ampurdán and Alborán which will be much less intense in the rest of the country.

No weather alerts are in place for Wednesday.

Waiting for Thursday, September 29 and the moist airflow is expected to continue in the north, bringing cloudy skies and occasional showers. The Mediterranean region will also be mainly covered, with some rains and storms expected in the Balearic Islands and eastern Catalonia in the morning, moving south towards the Valencian Community and the region of Murcia in the afternoon.

Thermometers will drop throughout the day in most of Spain but will rise very slightly at night in the south-east.

No weather alerts have been issued for Thursday.

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