The current episode of early summer in the middle of May will loosen this Thursday with a slight drop in temperatures in most of Spain, although they will continue to be high for the time of year, and storms in areas of the north of the peninsula.
The prediction of the State Meteorological Agency (Aemet) indicates that temperatures will drop in much of the peninsula and the Canary Islands, especially in that archipelago, western Andalusia, the Iberian System and the Northern Plateau, and will only tend to rise in the southwest of Galicia, the peninsular southeast and the west of the Balearic Islands.
The thermometers will mark between 5 and 10 degrees above normal in the entire northern peninsular third except the Cantabrian coast, as well as in inland areas of Andalusia, Castilla-La Mancha and Extremadura.
The hottest capitals or autonomous cities will be Badajoz (34ºC), Seville (33) and Córdoba, Ourense, Zamora and Zaragoza (31), while a milder environment is expected in Oviedo and Santander (19), A Coruña (20) and Ceuta and San Sebastian (21).
On the other hand, the sun will shine in most of the peninsula, although with intervals of high clouds. However, in the north of Galicia and the Cantabrian area, abundant low-type cloudiness is expected.
In addition, in much of the northern half of the peninsula there will be an evolution cloudiness that will probably leave showers and storms in the afternoon around the North Plateau, with a tendency to move to the Cantabrian area at the end of the day, and that will not rules out that they are locally strong in the north of Burgos, the interior of Cantabria, the north of the Iberian System and the west of the Basque Country.
The Balearic Islands will have practically clear skies and the Canary Islands, intervals of clouds in the north of the islands. There is a probability of high calima in the extreme south of the peninsula, the Strait and Melilla.
Finally, this Thursday the Levante will blow with strong intervals in the Strait, although with a tendency to moderate, as well as wind from the north or northeast on the Galician coast, from the southeast on the Ebro, from the east in the Balearic Islands, from the south in the east of Girona and from the northwest rolling north in the Canary Islands.
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