SEVERE weather warnings are set to return to Spain’s southern coast tomorrow with a large stretch of the Costa del Sol and Andalucia expected to experience intense rainfall and storm conditions.
AEMET, Spain’s national Met Office have issued a yellow severe weather warning ahead of tomorrow (Thursday 18) for heavy rains for Axarquía, Costa Granadina, Poniente and Almería.
Other areas expected to be hit by yellow level weather conditions are Sierra Norte (Sevilla), Aracena (Huelva), Sierra and Pedroches (Cordoba) and Sol and Guadalhorce (Malaga).
Rain is expected to keep falling until around 6pm, although with less intensity.
AEMET suggest that frontal weather systems approaching Spain from the Atlantic Ocean will create “autumnal, unsafe weather” for some parts of Spain in the coming week.
Starting tomorrow, experts expect an “intense period of rain and storms” which look set to last until the weekend.
🔊ACTUALIZACIÓN | Ampliado los avisos amarillos por #lluvia 🌧️ o #tormenta ⛈️ a Sevilla (Sierra Norte), Huelva (Aracena) y Córdoba (Sierra y Pedroches). El riesgo se concentra durante la madrugada del jueves y la mañana. En Málaga se extiende también a Sol y Guadalhorce. pic.twitter.com/KfqXOviG4w
— Emergencias 112 (@E112Andalucia) October 17, 2018