MENORCA will be hit by 8-metre waves tomorrow, according to the Spanish weather agency AEMET.
The island will be placed on red alert, meaning ‘extreme risk’, while its neighbours Mallorca and Ibiza are on orange alert, meaning important risk.
The most extreme of the coastal weather will begin from 10:00 on Thursday and is set to last until 16:00.
There are orange warnings in place for all Balearics’ coastlines from 19:00 today until at least 24:00 tomorrow.
Meanwhile Andalucia has orange warnings in place today in Almeria and Granada.
These change to yellow warnings tomorrow, which indicates ‘risk’.
It comes as the northern Spanish provinces of Navarra and Lleida are on red alert for snow over the next couple of days.
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