Temperatures will drop this Wednesday in a generalized way, except in the Canary Islands where high maximum temperatures are expected in some points, while the rains will appear in the north of the peninsula, without ruling out a strong storm in the central and eastern Pyrenees, according to the prediction of the State Meteorological Agency (AEMET).
This September 8, Huesca and Lleida will be at risk due to rainfall, while Malaga will be at risk due to high temperatures that could reach 37 degrees.
On the other hand, the presence of a center of low pressures to the northwest of the Peninsula will cause cloudy skies and rainfall in Galicia, west of the Cantabrian area and extreme northwest of Castilla y León, more intense and persistent in western Galicia.
In the second half of the day, it will also cause evolutionary cloudiness and some showers and storms in the Pyrenean area, without completely ruling out that some will become strong. There may also be some weak and scattered precipitation in the eastern Cantabrian, areas of the northern plateau and the rest of the northeast quadrant.
Skies that are slightly cloudy or with cloudy intervals will predominate in the rest of the country, with probable high haze in the Canary Islands and in the southeast third of the peninsula and Melilla, without ruling out a bank of morning fog in the interior of Catalonia.
Temperatures will drop in a generalized way, with notable drops in the east of the Plateau, although they will rise somewhat in the Mediterranean area and the Canary Islands. At points in this archipelago, they will be significantly high.
Strong westerly intervals are expected in the Strait and Alboran; wind from the southwest in Galicia, from the southeast in the Balearic Islands and the north of the Mediterranean area and from the northeast in the Canary Islands; and light wind in the rest, with a predominance of the western component on the Atlantic slope.