AN orange weather alert has been issued for the Costa del Sol and parts of Malaga tomorrow.
A storm from Galicia will bring a cold front that will keep temperatures low in western parts of Andalucia.
It will reach the Gulf of Cádiz bringing ‘abundant’ amounts of rainfall and strong winds to Cádiz, Málaga and the coast of Granada.
Aemet has activated the orange warning on the Costa del Sol, in the Guadalhorce and Axarquía for rains that could leave up to 30 litres per square meter in an hour.
The Orange warning is in place until 3pm on Tuesday.
The warning will change to yellow until 6pm on the Costa del Sol and in the Guadalhorce areas and until 9pm in the Axarquía.
Ronda and Antequera will be on a yellow warning until 5pm for rainfall of up to 40 litres per square meter in 12 hours.
The yellow warning will also be maintained due to winds that could reach 70 kilometers per hour on the Costa del Sol and in the Guadalhorce.
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