THE BALEARIC ISLANDS in Spain have been hit by the forecast heavy storms after the State Meteorological Agency (Aemet) applied yellow warnings to all three of the islands yesterday (Monday).
Aemet has warned that stormy conditions around the islands are set to continue in some areas with a risk of flooding and a severe effect on the high seas around the islands, especially in the area of Cabrera.
Weather warnings predict fierce storms in the seas between Cataluña and the Balearics as well as further east in Spain and in Andalucia.
As of today, Mallorca, Ibiza and Menorca continue on a yellow level of danger with heavy rainfall predicted throughout the day.
In the area of Cala Blanca, in Costa de la Calma (Calvià), roadways have been flooded.
Aemet reports that between 27 and 28.8 litres of rainfall fell on Pollença and Port de Pollença yesterday.
Ahi va otra desde tierra pic.twitter.com/wv5e5fkrvP
— xisco tomas (@XiscoTomas) October 9, 2018
Torrent de St. Jordi, Pollença avui capvespre pic.twitter.com/kbo04ofrMH
— El temps IB3 (@TempsIB3) October 8, 2018
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