Strong winds forecast as temperatures set to drop by 10 degrees in Malaga

Beaches washed away during the last bout of bad weather Beaches washed away during the last bout of bad weather EWN Media Group

ORANGE level alerts have been issued for strong winds as the temperature in Malaga is set to drop by 10 degrees.

Despite one of the warmest weeks of April ever, temperatures are forecast to fall from 32 to 22 degrees.

The drop is predicted to bring with it winds of up to 70 kmh and four metre waves according to AEMET.

Beaches along the Costa del Sol are expected to suffer more damages over the period.

The warnings are for Wednesday (April 19) and Thursday (April 20), with the weather returning to normal temperatures, for April, of around 20 degrees on Friday (April 21).

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