Since the beginning of the summer we have been seeing the most atypical temperatures compared to previous years. First, a heat wave with maximums of up to 45 degrees Celsius that worried given the problems that occurred in the peninsula last year. Then, a significant drop in temperatures last Monday, product of a cold front that took place in the north of the peninsula.
Ruben del Campo, spokesman for the State Meteorological Agency explained that this week we will have much cooler temperatures than usual. This situation will continue until Friday, where it is expected to see a climate more in line with what we are used to in summer.
The storms are also planned in the Spanish territory, in particular risk is expected in the provinces of Barcelona and Tarragona, where they can accumulate up to 20 liters per cubic meter in an hour. Rainfall will also spread to other areas of the eastern peninsula, much more weakly.