Lluvias y viento fuerte (90 km/h máx)
?Cierra puertas, ventanas y toldos
?Retira objetos que puedan caer
?Cuidado en zona de árboles
?Precaución al conducir
?Sigue fuentes oficiales #StopBulos#Gobernación @Ayto_Sevilla
— Emergencias Sevilla (@EmergenciasSev) December 16, 2019
THIS is the moment a tree snapped in half during ferocious winds in Sevilla today.
The province was placed on orange alert for strong winds and has seen gusts of up to 90km/hr.
The orange warning has been lifted but the province remains on yellow alert for rainfall for the rest of Monday and Tuesday.
Consecuencia del temporal en mi pueblo. pic.twitter.com/KoP6I5E077
— Noelia. (@Noehierro) December 16, 2019
Twitter users reported billboards being blown down while bins were left turned over.
Other residents tweeted images of more trees reported to have been blown over.
— Punki Gitano (@PunkiGitano) December 16, 2019
Shutters across the city were also destroyed.
It comes as much of Spain has been forecast with rain for the majority of the week.