Five autonomous communities will have a yellow or orange warning this Sunday due to high temperatures, wind or coastal phenomena, with waves that could reach three meters on the Andalusian coast, as reported by the State Meteorological Agency (AEMET).
Thus, the heat will especially affect the Basque Country, where they will be on orange alert in some inland areas, where temperatures of up to 37 degrees and 38 degrees are expected in Bilbao, while Galicia could reach 36 degrees in the province of Ourense and in the south of Lugo and 35 degrees in Pontevedra and A Coruña, where the AEMET has established a yellow alert.
Higher than usual maximum temperatures are also expected at this time of year in Asturias and Cantabria, where the thermometers could reach 35 degrees.
For its part, the Cadiz countryside and the Strait of Gibraltar will be on yellow alert due to strong winds, which could reach 80 kilometers per hour in both regions. In addition, the Granada coast and the Almería coast will also be on yellow notice due to coastal phenomena, where the waves may reach three meters in height.
The State Meteorological Agency expects a Sunday with stable weather and no rainfall in almost the entire country, with intervals of medium and high clouds in the western peninsula, which will extend to other areas of the Peninsula, without reaching the northeast third, where it will keep the sky slightly cloudy or clear, as well as in the Balearic Islands.
In the Canary Islands, there will be abundant medium and high cloudiness, and a weak and isolated shower is not ruled out in the mountainous islands, tending to a little cloudy. In the rest of the Peninsula and the Balearic Islands, the sky will be slightly cloudy or clear, with clouds of diurnal evolution in the Pyrenees.
Daytime temperatures will register an increase in the northern third of the peninsula, which will be notable in the north of Galicia and the Cantabrian Sea, reaching values higher than normal for the date. Highs will be declining in the Southwest with little change elsewhere.
The wind will blow lightly in the Canary Islands and in the interior northwest of the peninsula, while it will come from the east or southeast in the rest of the Peninsula and the Balearic Islands, with a strong lift in the Strait and strong intervals in the rest of Cádiz and the coast of Almería.