Whilst the weather has been a large topic in the news with the terrible storms of late, it’s noted that some publications are over dramatising the forecasts for sensationalism with headlines and tag lines of “Temperature drop” ” Heavy Rain” associated with the storms of last week, we feel these attempted grabbing headlines not only cause fear, especially to the elderly but are insensitive at the current times especially those who have recently suffered in the catastrophic weather conditions of last week.
Today instead of rushing out with attention seeking headlines, we have taken our time and spoken to experts in the Met centre to establish the facts so we can advise our readers as correctly as possible, remembering the weather is never totally predictable.
According to our contacts within the Met centre here’s the following forecast for Friday
Friday daytime will see temperatures around 24c which is average for this time of year with periods of clouds amongst sunshine.
Friday night will see temperatures drop around 4 degrees to around 20c and cloudy and beware of a strong thunderstorm, so pet owners especially with frightened animals be aware, the rain forecast to drop is predicted at only 5mm for a total of 2 hours maximum.
Almería will basically follow the same pattern as above although daytime temperatures will be slightly higher around 27c. The evening will see considerable cloud, occasional rain on times and a thunderstorm of late with only around 3mm of rain.
ALICANTE & VALENCIA REGION
Slightly better weather than the Costa Del Sol with the temperatures around 26c, but no rain just cloud.
For the weekend whilst nothing dramatic is forecast by our Met centre expert contacts we will update on Friday to ensure our readers have the most accurate weather forecast without the dramatic headlines.
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