Roberto Brasero announces rains and a sudden drop in temperatures

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This will be the next few days in Spain

The high temperatures to which we are already accustomed during the last weeks it seems that they are going to take a little breather. And it is that, as predicted by the meteorologist Roberto Brasero, there will be a change in time from this Wednesday. It will be from May 10 when precipitation arrives to some parts of our country and there will also be a significant drop in temperatures.

“This Monday + heat. And Tuesday too. But then it may cool down. Little rain, but we do see less heat towards the end of the week,” were Brasero’s forecasts on his Twitter profile.

Mario Picazo also predicts rain

For his part, Mario Picazo, another of the best-known climate specialists in our country, is also alert to the arrival of rains in Galicia and the Cantabrian due to an Atlantic front that is expected for this Tuesday. In addition, they are expected occasional showers in some areas of northern Castilla y León, mountains of La Rioja and northern Navarra, as well as in Aragon and Catalonia.

Drop in temperatures starting this Wednesday

Brasero has described the atmospheric situation as a “dance” and has warned that the entry of cold air at height will cause a significant change in temperatures. Although this Tuesday temperatures are expected to reach close to 40 degrees in some areas of Andalusia, while in Madrid a maximum of 30 degrees is expected.

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As of this Wednesday, a general drop in temperaturesespecially in Aragon, Catalonia and La Rioja, and to a lesser extent in the rest of Spain.

On Thursday and Friday, temperatures are expected to continue to decrease, with lows that could be below 5 degrees in the northern plateau and close to 10 degrees in the central zone.

With this gradual drop in temperatures, it is likely that on Friday the highs are about 10 degrees lower than those of Monday in almost all of Spain. Although the rainfall will ease on Wednesday and Thursday, it is expected to reactivate on Friday, especially in the Bay of Biscay, the east of the peninsula and the Balearic Islands.