4 Mar, 2024 @ 09:43
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‘Hot and humid’ spring in Spain: Weather experts reveal their forecasts for the next three months

A beautiful sundown at Los Lances beach, just a 15 minute drive north of old town Tarifa.

SPAIN is braced for a ‘hot and humid’ spring after the national meteorological service, AEMET, released its weather forecast for the next three months.

Experts predict that temperatures across the peninsula will continue to rise, although recent climatic instability will linger, bringing further fronts of rain and high winds from the Atlantic Ocean.

Official forecasts have been released as March 1 signifies the beginning of the meteorological spring, ending on May 31.

This is in contrast to the astronomical spring which begins on March 20 with the spring equinox.

AEMET expects a ‘warm spring’ with unseasonably high temperatures in the Balearics, Canary Islands, and along the Mediterranean coast.

Forecasts predict little much-needed rainfall in the drought-hit regions of Andalucia and Catalunya.

Junta president Juanma Moreno stated in January that the region would need at least 30 days of rainfall to stave off draconian restrictions this summer.

Meanwhile, the Atlantic coast is set to experience a ‘humid’ three months, with high levels of rainfall expected in Galicia, Castilla y Leon, Extremadura and the Andalucian province of Huelva.


Ben Pawlowski

Ben joined the Olive Press in January 2024 after a four-month stint teaching English in Paraguay. He loves the adrenaline rush of a breaking news story and the tireless work required to uncover an eye-opening exclusive. He is currently based in Barcelona from where he covers the city, the wider Catalunya region, and the north of Spain. Send tips to ben@theolivepress.es

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