ANDALUCIA is set for yet more dangerous heavy showers this weekend, as AEMET issues further weather alerts.
The national met office has activated a yellow alert from 12am until 6pm on Saturday, with storms expected across the Costa del Sol, the Guadalhorce Valley and Axarquia and heavy rain predicted in Ronda and Antequera.
— AEMET_Andalucia (@AEMET_Andalucia) October 19, 2018
The province of Malaga has been put on orange alert, also set to last until 6pm on Saturday.
Experts have predicted some 30 litres per square meter will fall per hour across the Costa del Sol.
The good news is Sunday could be clearer, with no showers currently expected.
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