The remains of the extormenta tropical Sebastienthat came made just a week to the east of the Caribbean sea, you will feel this Tuesday in large areas of the western half of the peninsula. Its effect is especially noticeable in the northwest with a wind storm, rain and sea that will affect full to Galicia, with very strong spurts of 100 km/h and waves up to six metres in height.
Sebastien, so named by the National Hurricane Center of the united States, was formed on Tuesday last week and on their way to the Atlantic will approach on Tuesday to the northwest of the Iberian Peninsula before heading toward Ireland, says one of the spokespersons of the State Agency of Meteorology (Aemet), Reuben Field.
This spokesman said that extormenta tropical, which has already become squallleave your step “rains, which will more” in Galicia, in whose western zone could be locally heavy and persistent, as well as strong gusts of wind in the region of galicia, the bay of Biscay and Pyrenees. Its effects will come mostly in the afternoon and, although with less intensity, will arrive to large areas of the western half of the peninsula in the form of wind or rain.
Notice in 12 provinces
Therefore, the Aemet has activated notices in 12 provinces. The worst will be in Galicia, since that whole community is advised of adverse events. As well, there are alert orange (significant risk, the second on a scale of three levels) on the coasts of A Coruña and Lugo by sea combined of the west and waves of five to six meters, and in Lugo (center and Mariña), and A Coruña and Pontevedra (interior) by gusts of wind of 90 to 100 km/h.
In addition, there is notice yellow (risk, the lower on the scale) on the gusts of wind of 70 to 90 km/h in the rest of A Coruña, Lugo and Pontevedra, as well as in Ourense, Asturias (Cantabrian mountains, Picos de Europe and southwestern), Cantabria (Cantabria Ebro Liebana, center and valle de Villaverde), Burgos (iberian and north), León and Palencia (Cantabrian mountains), La Rioja and Soria (iberian), Zamora (Sanabria). Notice yellow also affects the coastline of Asturias, Cantabria and Pontevedra in waves of four to five meters, and A Coruña (west and southwest), Ourense (Minho and northwest) and Pontevedra (interior) rain persistent at least 40 litres per square metre in 12 hours.
The precipitation extend the evening at Bay of biscay and western Pyrenees. With a lower probability and intensity, could also appear in other areas of the atlantic side of the peninsula. Only the mediterranean area and both archipelagos, they will get rid of the umbrellaaccording to The Field. At the end of the day it could snow in the Pyrenees, with the elevation of snow located between 2,200 and 2,500 meters. On the other hand, temperatures will rise into the bay of Biscay, the Northern Plateau and the interior of the levantine area. The thermometers marked more than 20 degrees in the provinces and mediterranean areas of the bay of Biscay, as well as in the Canary islands.
The capitals hottest will be Las Palmas de Gran Canaria and Santa Cruz de Tenerife (24ºC); Malaga, Murcia and Valencia (23), Alicante (22); Bilbao and Melilla (21), and Almería, Castellón de la Plana, Ceuta, Girona, San Sebastian, Santander, Seville and Zaragoza.