15 Dec, 2019 @ 21:23
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BROLLIES OUT: Week of rain coming to Spain’s Costa del Sol and inland Andalucia starting TOMORROW as Aemet issues weather warnings

rain in spain

rain in spainIT’S beginning to feel a lot like winter. 

That Indian summer is long behind us as we head into the third week of December, with rain forecast across Andalucia for almost the entire week.

According to The Weather Channel, the rain will (finally) fall on inland provinces like Sevilla, with showers beginning at 4am tomorrow morning and lasting until at least 8pm.

There will be a reprieve from rainfall on Tuesday before raining every day until Monday the following week.

Cordoba, meanwhile, will see rainfall from around 2pm onwards tomorrow without much of a reprieve until the following Monday.

The Costa del Sol is also set for a showery week, with rainfall kicking off in Manilva, Marbella and Estepona at between 1pm and 3pm.

Much of the coast will see intermittent showers for the whole week bar Tuesday, when the Weather Channel predicts an overcast day without rain.

Malaga city will see showers everyday other than Wednesday.

There are no weather warnings for the amount of rain expected to fall, however Spanish weather agency AEMET has put the whole Malaga coastline on yellow alert for strong coastal conditions tomorrow and Tuesday.

Meanwhile, Sevilla and Cadiz province are on orange and yellow alerts for strong winds and coastal conditions tomorrow.

Laurence Dollimore

Laurence has a BA and MA in International Relations and a Gold Standard diploma in Multi-Media journalism from News Associates in London. He has almost a decade of experience and previously worked as a senior reporter for the Mail Online in London.

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