Windy and cold here at the moment.

The article here on La Voz de Almería says that the weather is poor across Spain.

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Bad weather remains in the province, under orange alert

All Spain will have minimum temperatures, snowfall and wind this Monday

The State Meteorological Agency (Aemet) has activated the orange warning this Monday for strong waves in Almería, for strong gusts of wind in this province and in Granada, and for both but yellow in Malaga and only for wind in Jaén.

As specified on its website, the notices in Jaén affect the regions of Cazorla, Segura and the capital, all of Almeria, all of Granada except the Genil Basin, and the coast of Malaga, which will be on yellow notice from dawn .

However, the region of Valle del Almanzora turns orange at 9:00 a.m. due to strong wind, the coast of Granada for the same reason at 6:00 p.m. and the coast of Almería at the same time due to strong waves until the end of the day. In fact, these notices are expected to continue on Tuesday, Europa Press collects.

All Spain, except the Canary Islands, Extremadura and the autonomous city of Ceuta, will have warnings on Monday for minimum temperatures, snowfall, wind or bad seas, according to Aemet, which foresees a day of locally strong or persistent rainfall in Galicia and the Cantabrian area, of snowfalls in high areas of the north of the peninsula and of winds with strong or very strong gusts on the coast of Galicia, the Cantabrian Sea, the Mediterranean area, and in mountain areas of the north and southeast of the peninsula.

According to the Aemet, Jaén, Teruel, Palencia, Valladolid, Albacete and Madrid will have warnings of yellow level (risk) due to wind; Malaga, Tarragona, Pontevedra and Melilla will be in yellow warning for waves, while in orange warning (important risk) will be A Coruña and Lugo; and the snowfall will also put Zaragoza and Navarra on yellow notice.

Likewise, Alicante, Castellón, Valencia and the Balearic Islands will have yellow level warnings for wind and waves; Cantabria, Guipúzcoa and Vizcaya yellow warning for wind and orange warning for waves; Granada and Murcia orange warning for wind and yellow warning for waves; and in orange warning, both for wind and waves, will be Almería.

In the same way, in Ávila, Burgos, León, Segovia, Soria, Zamora, Lleida and La Rioja yellow warnings will be activated this Monday for snowfall and cold, which will also affect Huesca, where the level of alert for snow in this province will be orange. And in Asturias there will be a yellow warning for wind and snowfall, and an orange warning for waves.

A new storm

According to Aemet, for this Monday a new and powerful Atlantic storm will be located in the Bay of Biscay, with a frontal system that will sweep the Peninsula from northwest to southeast.

Thus, almost generalized rains and showers are expected, which could be locally strong or persistent and with storms in Galicia, Cantabrian Sea and northern Navarra; They may also have some intensity and persistence in mountain areas and with occasional storms in the Strait and the Balearic Islands.

Although, the rains will be unlikely in the surroundings of Huelva, Alboran, Murcia and the Valencian Community, while in the Canary Islands, the precipitations in the north of the islands of greater relief will be probable, although they are not ruled out in the rest.

The snow level on December 7 will be between 600/800 meters, rising to 1,200 meters and falling again to 800/1000 in the Pyrenees. In the Cantabrian mountain range and north of the Iberian, it will be at 1,200 / 1,400 down to 800 / 1,000 meters, and in the Central and southern Iberian system, up to 1,000 / 1,200. In the Southeastern mountains and the Balearic Islands, the elevation will rise to 1,400 / 1,700 meters.

With regard to temperatures, daytime and nighttime temperatures will continue to rise almost widely, with this rise being more pronounced in daytime temperatures in the southeast. The frosts will occur in more restricted areas, although they are still expected in mountain areas in the northern half and the southeast of the peninsula, being locally strong in the Pyrenees.

Finally, the wind will be from the west, which will be strong or with strong intervals in large areas of the Peninsula and the Balearic Islands, especially in the coastline and high areas. Strong or very strong gusts are also expected on the coast of Galicia, the Cantabrian Sea, the Mediterranean area and in mountainous areas of the north and southeast of the peninsula. And in the Canary Islands, the winds will be trade winds.