Guadalquivir Valley

The first wave of heat is expected by the end of this week, when, in Western Andalusia, reached 40 degrees. Last spring has been the warmest of the past 60 years. High temperatures in Canary Islands, Toledo, Cordoba, Jaen and Seville and storms in Navarra, la Rioja, Huesca, Teruel, Zaragoza, Burgos and Soria, will on Tuesday welcome the summer that begins the 19.16 hours, reported the website of the Agencia Estatal de Meteorologia (Aemet). According to the forecast of the Aemet, are on alert orange (significant risk) Tenerife, Gran Canaria and Lanzarote by temperatures that can reach 37 degrees Celsius. The yellow alert (risk) by heat will affect the countryside Cordoba and Seville, the Guadalquivir Valley (up to 38 degrees), the Tagus Valley (37 degrees) and in the Canary Islands: South of La Gomera, summits and West of La Palma and La Orotava and Vilaflor and to the East, South and West of Tenerife, where the mercury will mark the 34 degrees. The storms will be present in Huesca, Teruel, Zaragoza, Iberica de Burgos and Soria, in the Northern interior and South of Castellon and Valencia and in the autonomous communities of Navarre and La Rioja.

The summer that begins this Tuesday presents a trend toward higher temperatures than normal, especially in the southern half and this peninsular, as well as Balearic and Canary Islands, although in terms of rainfall expected a summer with values around normal, as pointed out by the prediction of the Agencia Estatal de Meteorologia (AEMET) jFermin Elizaga. In addition, the first heatwave of the season is expected by the end of this week, when it could be reaches temperatures of up to 40 degrees Celsius in Western Andalusia and early next week. This week temperatures will be high and, above all, will rise from Thursday, to reach a hot weekend, it added. The quarter March has been the warmest since 1951, since he has had a character of very warm to extremely warm in all regions, confirming the spring of ascending warm character in recent years and has had slightly higher than average rainfall in conjunction. Take precautions to mitigate high temperatures Civil protection, within the Ministry of Interior, recommended drinking water and fluids on a regular and repetitive, eating light meals, wear light colored clothing, avoid physical exercise long in the middle of the day hours and stay indoors as much as possible. Given the risk of storms, Civil Protection recommends placed near buildings to protect themselves from the fall of rays, and reminds drivers that a closed car can be a good shelter. Source of the news: high temperatures and thunderstorms are welcomed to a summer that will be very warm

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