18 Aug, 2023 @ 09:43
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Spain’s Malaga back on YELLOW ALERT for scorching temperatures this Friday

Spain's Malaga back on YELLOW ALERT for scorching temperatures this Friday
Spain's Malaga back on YELLOW ALERT for scorching temperatures this Friday Credit: Pixabay

MALAGA is bracing for another sizzling day as Spain’s Met Office, AEMET, issues a fresh weather alert for high temperatures in the province.

The alert, marked as yellow and indicates a ‘risk’, will be in effect from 1pm to 9pm, with temperatures expected to soar beyond 36ºC in the Costa del Sol and Guadalhorce regions.

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In Antequera, the expected maximum is 37ºC, 36ºC in the capital of Malaga, and 35ºC in Ronda and Velez-Malaga.

Meanwhile, in Marbella, where milder temperatures are usually the norm, highs of 34ºC are forecast for today.

Saturday will become even hotter, with a possibility of the return of ‘terral’ winds to the Costa del Sol and the Guadalhorce Valley heightening the sweltering conditions and seeing the yellow alert activated once again, with highs of 38ºC expected on the coast and temperatures of up to 40ºC degrees forecast in the interior of the Guadalhorce.

Sunday is expected to bring a slight respite, as a temperature drop of up to eight-degrees is expected in some coastal areas.

Meanwhile inland areas will continue to endure elevated temperatures, with Ronda and Antequera poised for maximums of 36ºC.

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Cristina Hodgson

Half English, half Spanish animal person. Cristina loves writing about all things fitness, travel and culture, she is also a script writer and novelist. When she's not typing away, you can find her enjoying outdoor sports somewhere off the beaten track in Andalucia. If you have a story get in touch! [email protected]

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