A YELLOW weather warning has been issued in Malaga due to intense rain.
Malaga is bidding farewell to the good weather as heavy rain is expected to lash down across much of the province over the next few days.
From today, Tuesday, clear skies will give way to overcast conditions in the afternoon with rain expected overnight.
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Spanish weather agency AEMET predicts 100% chance of rain in the area of Guadalhorce, Costa del Sol and the capital as of tomorrow, Wednesday, with up to 15 litres of rainfall per square metre in one hour in some areas.
The yellow weather warning will be active from 10.00am this Wednesday to 11.59pm on the same day.
On Thursday, the forecast is that the chance of rain will drop to 15% from midday onwards, to rise again to 55% by Friday and 95% by next Saturday.
The situation will stabilise by Sunday.
Temperatures will be a little cooler also, with minimums between 15C and 18C and highs of 19C on Wednesday, to rise again to 24C by Friday.
According to AEMET a yellow alert status does not pose an immediate risk to the general population, however you should plan ahead thinking about possible travel delays, or the disruption of your day-to-day activities.