This year, winter has made us unaccustomed, leaving us with temperatures that so far have not been cold at all, compared to other years. This period of strange temperatures has its days numbered. During the next week, if the “pieces” that move the atmosphere do not change, the real cold will finally arrive.
We are still a long way from those changes that are expected for the second half of January. Today in the north we have the passage of a fast front that is leaving rain in the northern half. Throughout the day they will leave the skies of Castilla y León, Asturias, Cantabria, and the Basque Country. In the afternoon they will withdraw from the Alto Ebro. In the Pyrenees the snow that this front can leave will be welcome, it is expected at about 1,500 meters of altitude. In the Mediterranean we expect big clearings, on a day with a strong wind in the north of Castellón, south of Tarragona and north of Girona. In the rest of the Peninsula, low-type clouds will continue in our skies, leaving mists during the morning and hazy skies in the afternoon. In the Canary Islands again the northerly winds will leave a few drops on the higher relief islands.
no cold at the moment
The temperatures this morning have been less cold than yesterday. Looking ahead to the afternoon, a less warm environment is expected than yesterday on the Cantabrian coast. Even so, they will reach 16ºC in Santander, 15º in the rest of the extreme north. Temperatures will also drop in southern Aragon, and eastern Andalusia.
Tomorrow the high pressures return with force, to leave the typical day of persistent fog in the great valleys of the interior, and first thing in the morning in the rest of the interior. In a cold dawn in which frost will appear again in the north and center. After noon, clear skies will predominate. The waves will pick up strength again on the Galician and Cantabrian coasts.