A new isolated depression at high levels (DANA) returns this week to Spain stopping in Andalusia and the province of Malaga. Tuesday will be the day of greatest meteorological instability, giving way to an end to the week in which no precipitation is expected, according to the forecasts of Aemet.
The probability of rain for Tuesday it is at a 85% starting at 12 noon and could last throughout the day accompanied by storms as a result of DANA. On Wednesday, this percentage drops to 65% during the first hours of the day, but in the central hours it falls to 5%, clearing the sky that will remain that way for the rest of the week with some cloudy intervals. During the weekend, a general stabilization of the weather is expected.
The temperatures They will decrease this week with small oscillations. The minimums are between 19 and 21 degrees and the maximums reach between 26 and 29 degrees throughout the week.
The entire community is affected by the arrival of DANA, which has already activated the yellow notices in the province of Almería and the eastern area of Granada and Jaén during Tuesday and early Wednesday. For Tuesday, Aemet predicts slightly cloudy skies in Andalusia with intervals of high clouds, which will increase during the day without ruling out showers that will intensify and may be accompanied by storms starting in the afternoon.
Even though the probability of precipitation falls in Malaga on Wednesday starting at midday, Aemet expects “cloudy skies, showers and storms that may be locally strong” for the community. The maximums will decrease on the Mediterranean slope and increase in the rest, while the winds will blow weak variables, tending to I raised on the Mediterranean slope.