The article here on the La Voz de Almería site has information about a yellow alert for windy weather today.

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Yellow alert for wind in much of the province to start the year

Gusts of up to 70 kilometers per hour could be reached

The State Meteorological Agency (Aemet) keeps activated this Friday, January 1, yellow warnings for snowfall, strong winds or coastal phenomena in different parts of the provinces of Almería, Granada and Jaén.

In the province of Almería from 7.00 am there are active yellow warnings in the regions of Valle del Almanzora and Los Vélez, Nacimiento and Campo de Tabernas, Poniente and the capital of Almería, in all cases due to winds, which could hitting gusts of up to 70 kilometers per hour.

Likewise, the coastline of the Poniente area and of Almería capital is under yellow warning from 0.00 hours this Friday, when intervals of west wind of force seven and waves of three meters could be registered.

As reported by Aemet on its website, consulted by Europa Press, in the province of Granada the yellow warning has been activated since midnight in the regions of Guadix and Baza due to the forecast that up to four centimeters of snow will accumulate in 24 hours , as detailed by the agency on its website, consulted by Europa Press.

In the same way, the Aemet keeps the yellow warning for maximum gusts of wind of up to 70 kilometers per hour activated from 7.00 am this Friday on the Granada coast, and from 8.00 am for coastal phenomena also in the coast of the province, where intervals of force seven of the west wind could be registered.

In the province of Jaén, the yellow level warnings affect the regions of Cazorla and Segura -where up to 18 centimeters of snow could accumulate in 24 hours-, and Capital and Montes, from midnight, and it is planned that they will last throughout the day of this Friday in both cases.