Due to the storm that will leave strong and intense winds up to 100 kilometers per hour, Aragon, Asturias, Balearic Islands, Cantabria, Catalonia, Galicia and the Basque Country continue to be on orange alert.
Seven communities –Aragon, Asturias, Balearic Islands, Cantabria, Catalonia, Galicia and Basque Country– continue this Tuesday orange alert for a storm that will release strong and violent winds 100 kilometers per hourespecially in the Pyrenees due to waves close to 7-8 meters and snowfall.
Aragon preferably in the western part at an altitude of close to 1,200 meters, it has an orange level (significant risk) due to snow that will leave deposits of 20 centimeters in 24 hours; According to Aemet data, there is a yellow warning for winds blowing at 80 kilometers per hour in Teruel province.
On the Cantabrian front, communities Asturias, Basque Country and Cantabria alert enabled strong offshore winds Temporarily 7-8 meters off the shore, with waves that will rise up to 5-7 meters by the combined sea from the northwest.
on his behalf Galiciastrongly affected by the storm, currently at orange level. Rough seas with west-northwest winds between 62 and 74 km/h, With the highest incidence between Ortegal-Bares and due to strong waves reaching 7 meters; In the provinces of Ourense and Pontevedra, there is jaundice due to rain.
Inside Catalonia Orange alert continues in Tarragona due to heavy winds of up to 100 kilometers per hour and an orange alert for snowfall that accumulates 20 centimeters in 24 hours at an altitude of close to 1,200 meters in the Arán Valley, Lleida state. and by bad sea.
The entire Balearic archipelago continues with a warning for adverse coastal events, with winds of 60 to 75 km/h (8 force) and waves of 4 meters; Aemet expects the maximum wave height to reach 7-8 meters; There is a yellow warning for wind, rain and storms on Menorca Island.
Inside Andalusiaboth In Castillas, Community of Madrid, Community of Navarra, Community of La Rioja and Valencia The yellow warning continues due to winds between 70-80 kilometers per hour due to heavy waves or snow.
In the orange alert, meteorology warns that there is a significant meteorological risk with a certain degree of danger to ordinary activities, and in the yellow alert, there is no meteorological risk to the population in general, although there are some specific activities.
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