MADRID, 4 Nov. (EUROPA PRESS) –

The storm ‘Domingos’ will take the baton of ‘Ciarán’ and will have all of Spain on notice this Saturday, except the Canary Islands, due to coastal phenomena, wind or rain, as reported by the State Meteorological Agency (AEMET).

Specifically, in Andalusia there will be an orange warning for waves and Almería will be under a yellow warning for wind, Almería will be under a yellow warning for wind and waves and Málaga will be under a yellow warning for waves, while in Aragon the province of Huesca will be under a yellow warning for waves. rains and those of Teruel and Zaragoza in yellow warning due to wind.

‘Domingos’ will also have the Principality of Asturias at extreme risk from waves and significant risk from wind; at risk from waves and wind to the Balearic Islands; at significant risk from wind and waves to Cantabria; at risk from wind to the Community of Madrid; at risk from wind and waves to the Region of Murcia; at risk due to wind in Navarra; and at significant risk due to wind to La Rioja.

In Castilla y León, Ávila, Salamanca, Segovia, Soria and Valladolid will be in a yellow warning for wind, while Burgos will be in an orange warning for wind, León in an orange warning for wind and yellow for rain, Palencia in an orange warning for wind and Zamora in orange warning for wind and yellow for rain.

Likewise, the Catalan provinces of Barcelona, ​​Gerona and Tarragona will be at risk from coastal phenomena; in Extremadura, the province of Cáceres will be at risk due to wind; and, in Galicia, La Coruña and Then they will be at extreme risk due to coastal phenomena, at significant risk due to wind and at risk due to rain, Orense will be at significant risk due to wind and at risk due to rain and Pontevedra will be at extreme risk due to waves and in significant risk due to wind and rain.

Finally, in the Basque Country, the province of Álava will be under a yellow warning for rain and those of Guipúzcoa and Vizcaya will be under an orange warning for waves; and, in the Valencian Community, Alicante will be under a yellow warning for waves and Castellón and Valencia will be under a yellow warning for wind and waves.

This Saturday the snow level in the Pyrenees will be 1,400/1,600 meters with a tendency to rise, and falling again at the last minute to 1,600/1,800 meters, with the possibility of accumulating more than 5 centimeters. With a low probability of snow, in the Cantabrian and northern Iberian regions, the levels will decrease to 1,400/1,800 meters.

In the Canary Islands, cloudy intervals are expected in the north, without ruling out isolated weak rainfall on the mountainous islands.

Temperatures will increase practically across the board, reaching notable increases in the eastern Cantabrian Sea and except in the southeast of the peninsula and the Canary Islands where they will tend to decrease slightly. Frosts are expected in the Pyrenees.

The intense winds from the west and southwest will continue blowing in the Peninsula and the Balearic Islands; and strong intervals with very strong gusts are expected in large areas of the northwest quadrant, center, interior of the eastern third and coasts, as well as on the islands.

The winds will be especially intense in the north of Galicia and the Cantabrian Sea, reaching very strong winds, while in the Canary Islands a moderate north wind will blow.