THE province of Malaga continues to enjoy it’s Veranillo de San Miguel (Indian Summer).
After a few days of certain instability with the wind as the main protagonist, as a result of the storm Alex, the good weather has returned.
The heat and temperatures have, in some areas of the province, bordered on 30C.
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This Wednesday, with a maximum of 27C in the capital, saw the La Malagueta beach at almost full capacity, with bathes enjoying the last of the season’s rays and water sports enthusiasts kayaking off Pedregalejo beach.
This Wednesday, the maximum in the province was 29C in Antequera with minimums of 14C.
According to Spanish weather agency AEMET the trend will continue for the rest of this week, including the weekend.
Clear skies expected, with intervals of high clouds and rising temperatures, together with light and variable winds.
The temperatures for this Thursday will reflect those felt yesterday, with Velez-Malaga expected to reach a maximum at 28C; Antequera and the capital 27C; Ronda, 26C and Marbella 25C.
A similar panorama is expected for Friday and Saturday.
The weather in Malaga will begin to cool a little as of Sunday, with a noticeable drop to 22C on Monday, bringing the temperatures more in line to the autumn season on the Coast.
Temperatures in Andalucia average around 20C in October and fall to an average of 15C in November.