SIX provinces in the south and east of the peninsula have been on alert since yesterday, Wednesday, for different types of wind and waves, on a day where temperatures fell across the country.
Cloud intervals are also expected around the Strait. And in the rest of the country, stable weather is expected, as the skies are predominantly cloudy or clear.
Temperatures will suffer a general decline, which will be more pronounced in the eastern regions of the Iberian Peninsula and in the Balearic Islands, with weak frosts at high altitudes in the northern half of the peninsula.
There will also be easterly winds in the Strait, south of Cadiz and Alboran; the winds will be from the north in the Balearic Islands and northeast of the peninsula; from the east and northeast in Galicia and Cantabria; strong or gusty winds in the Strait, under the Ebro, Balearic Islands, Galician coast and Pyrenees; and from west and south in the Canary Islands.
Precisely, the strong winds put Cadiz and areas of Malaga in yellow warning (risk) yesterday.
AEMET tweeted the following: Orange level by coastal areas in Andalusia
05/02 23:31 #AEMET #FMA nivel naranja por costeros para mañana en Andalucía . Imagen del mapa de avisos en vigor a las 23:31 . Para ver una tabla de avisos actualizada haga CLIC EN LA IMAGEN o visite https://t.co/3ce1BF7jDj https://t.co/WD8kRBLopp
— AEMET (@AEMET_Esp) February 5, 2020