A total of 16 Spanish provinces will be on a yellow level warning (risk) this Tuesday due to locally strong rains and storms, according to the prediction of the State Meteorological Agency (AEMET) for May 3.
Specifically, the provinces that will be at risk are Tarragona, Barcelona, Girona and Lleida, in Catalonia; Teruel and Huesca in Aragon; Castellón, Valencia and Alicante, in the Valencian Community; the Region of Murcia; Badajoz in Extremadura and Almería, Córdoba, Jaén, Málaga and Seville, in Andalusia.
The AEMET expects locally strong showers and storms to occur this Tuesday in the eastern third of the peninsula, and even very strong or persistent in the Levante area. Locally strong showers and thunderstorms are also likely in central and eastern Andalusia.
Regarding the sky, it will be cloudy with weak precipitation in the north of Galicia and the Cantabrian area; cloudy or covered in the eastern third of the peninsula, with locally strong showers and storms that can become very strong or persistent in parts of the Valencian Community.
In the Balearic Islands, the Agency foresees cloudy intervals with showers and storms, while in the rest of the Peninsula there will be cloudiness of evolution, with showers and storms less frequent the further to the northwest, probably strong in the center and east of Andalusia.
No precipitation is expected in the northwest of the northern plateau or in the south of Galicia. In the Canary Islands, the sky will be cloudy in the north of the islands, with the probability of weak precipitation, and slightly cloudy or with cloudy intervals in the south. In relation to temperatures, the maximum will decrease in the eastern peninsular third, Melilla and the Canary Islands and will increase in Galicia and the Basque coast. Few changes in the rest and in the minimum.
Finally, the wind will be variable light in the peninsular northeast and in Andalusia, from the west in the Strait, from the southeast in the Balearic Islands and from the northeast in the rest of the country, with some intervals of strong intensity in western Galicia and points in the Canary Islands.