SPAIN’S Costa del Sol holiday hotspot, Malaga and the Guadalhorce Valley have been placed on a YELLOW ALERT for heavy rain through until 3pm this afternoon (Tuesday).
Emergency services are warning everyone to exercise ‘extreme caution’.
The national Met Office, AEMET, warns that the alerts cover the Sol and Guadalhorce areas of the Malaga province in Andalucia and comes just days after the area was lashed with torrential rain while on RED and ORANGE alerts.
The whole of the province is still recovering from the devastating rain that affected inland areas at the weekend, which led to the death of a firefighter, and damage to property and vehicles estimated at more than €32million.
⚠️📣 .@AEMET_Andalucia ha activado el aviso amarillo por lluvias 🌧️de hasta 25 mm en una hora y de 50 mm en 12 horas en las comarcas malagueñas de #Sol y #Guadalhorce. El aviso está vigente hasta las 15.00 horas de hoy. Extrema la precaución ☔ pic.twitter.com/IriEk44y2i
— Emergencias 112 (@E112Andalucia) October 23, 2018