02.05.2020 - 19:11

Summery temperatures stay on the agenda in the southeast of Spain

Málaga City expects +- 33 °C on Wednesday

It has become warmer in large parts of Spain. A glance at Europe's weather situation indicates that the country plagued by the virus is at least fortunate with the weather. The Andalusian provinces of Sevilla, Córdoba and Jaén are expecting peak temperatures of 37 °C in the shade on Sunday already. It will also be hot in the province of Málaga with about 30 °C in the Guadalhorce valley and 33 °C in Málaga City on Wednesday. 

Only the northwest of Spain is still struggling. On Monday, a rain front coming from the Atlantic will hit Galicia and head towards Santander

The Balearic Island are expecting wonderfully warm temperatures as well. Palma de Mallorca is looking forward to constant peak temperatures of +- 28 °C. 

As of Monday, it will get slightly fresher on the Canary Islands. Especially the western islands will be affected by the Atlantic cold front. The peak temperatures will reach only +- 24 °C. 

All the latest values for Spain and ongoing forecasts (updated 4 times a day) will be available on


Video: Rain forecast from Monday afternoon until midnight for Northern Spain
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