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Mònica Usort and the temps officially open the Montblanc Medieval Week

In a few days in which the Montblanc visitors look more than mai at the sky –and more enguany, amb the forecast of bad temps that hi has per demà dissabte–, the meteorologist of RAC1 Mònica Usort has been in charge of divendres d’obrir Officially the 35th edition of the Medieval Week, which will end on May 1st. The capital of the Conca goes back 900 years to try to explain what life was like at mid-life.

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Usort , who wore a typical cape from the medieval period, recalled that he will come to Montblanc in 2010, «soc molt de les festes populars. Festes com aquestes fan gran el pais”, is going to say this neighborhood of Molins de Rei damunt l’escenari located below the Casa dels Desclergue, a residential building from the XIV century. Accompanied by the noble couples, the king, the queen, the princess and the knight.

This graduate in Physics confesses that she will require assessment from different preachers who have preceded it for three years, consells that they will be able to escort through the loudspeaker. They will be the writer Màrius Serra –presented at Plaça Major because he later donated a lecture–, the Montblanc cartoonist Joan Vizcarra, and the journalists Txe Arana and Candela Figueras –also from Montblanc–.

Serra li is going to say that the request had to have «plantejament, nus i desenllaç». I així he ho va fer. She will remember how she has seen Sant Jordi for the longest of years, since she was petita that her peers had to buy a book of hers for five years, when she was going to write her first. One of the councils that she is going to donate was that she lives both “temps” to get to know the town, the landscape and that gaudís de l’aire pur.

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It is also going to give advice to other not so well-known meteorologists – like Jaume Àvila and Eduard Marimon, responsible for the Montblanc and Mussara meteorological stations – to find out which weathers have lasted three years, from the 26th of July 2012 to the storm of the 2017.

In the final part of the seva, he intervened to go into the matter, allò that the attendees expect: Who will be the time? «Demà al matí –avui pel reader– I have a bossa umbrella. He will not be all day plovent, but pot haver-hi ruixats », he said. The maximum temperatures at the center of the day will oscillate between 15 and 16 degrees. I demà diumenge «pinta molt millor».

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Mònica Usort delivered a special hydrometer. Instead of having the typical frare, she had the face of the Sant Jordi dragon. “He is like a little meteorologist”, she affirmed. He teas an ore of hair that, depending on whether it grows or grows long, is sap, with 24 hours of anticipation, if he plourà, farà sun or wind, etc. The act ended with the ball of Banderes, Dúcties, Faranduleres, Donzelles and finally dels nobles.

Before beginning the proclamation, the president of the Medieval Association, Maties Martí, will acknowledge that the square once again said that “it has returned to our old normality” and qualifies the event as “the most important medieval festival in our country” , at the same time that he highlighted that «we will exalt the figure of the donut» since in the medieval period it did not have a «relevance» cap. Per això, he said that the festival followed a “tribute to all the gifts that have lluitat pel respecte and gender equality to our society.”

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For the seva part, the mayor, Josep Andreu, is most contented by the appearance of the square: «I will say that in teniu wins» of gaudir de la festa and announces that the pas de ronda of the wall of Sant Francesc to be visited.

In case of pluja, l’Associació Medieval will inform about the possible changes of the scene through the xarxes. What is clear is that if it plou during the representation of the Legend, it will be suspended because there is no such great space to be able to see the show.

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