A hot day expected

Seven provinces are on alert today for temperatures of around 40 degrees, particularly in mountain areas. Málaga is the only province not included in the alert. There could also be strong wings along the southern coast of Andalucia, particularly in the straits of Gibraltar.

Weather for next week

On Monday, the provinces of Córdoba and Sevilla will be on ‘yellow’ alert for temperatures around 38 degrees based upon AEMET predictions.

A warm weekend

Clear skies and sun are the order of the day for the last weekend in July with temperatures topping 40 degrees in parts of Andalucia and Extremadura. The first few days of August could see storms and rain in the northern half of Spain as a cold front moves across the peninsular from southwest to northeast.

Cold front sweeps through Spain

The cold front sweeping across Spain has brought snow to some mountainous areas of Sevilla, Málaga, Granada, Jaén, Huelva and Almeria provinces and heavy winds in the Straits of Gibraltar have been causing difficulties for ferries, especially the high-speed type.

Very cold in parts of Andalucia

AEMET has issued a yellow alert for cold weather in Granada, Almería and Jaén provinces, with early morning temperatures as low as minus six degrees in some areas.

Yellow alert for Andalucia

All provinces in Andalucia are now on ‘yellow alert’ for rain and winds of up to 80 kph. The alert is from 21:00 on Saturday until midnight on Sunday.

A mild autumn is predicted

After the hottest summer in Andalucia since 1970, AEMET is predicting an autumn without heavy rains, as was experienced last year, and with average temperatures up by half a degree. Average temperatures of 11.6 degrees are predicted for October, November and December.

Change in weather

A change in the weather and Jaén is on yellow alert for storms and rough seas are expected in Cádiz, Málaga, Granada and Almería. Several high-speed ferry crossings have already had to be cancelled.

Weather, birdies, holes and stuff…

Very strange weather we’ve been having the past couple of days: sun, cloud, hot Saharan wind, gales. Never knew what it was going to do from one hour to the next. Very muggy today, though.