The time of the last days is moving forward the arrival of spring. After a period of Frost, O heavy rainsespecially in the north of the peninsula, and which will give rise to intense heat In much of the country.

An Atlantic front sweeps the Peninsula, leaving cloudy or cloudy skies in the north of the peninsula with rains that in Galicia and in the west of the Central System, where it is not ruled out, can become locally strong or persistent. According to the State Meteorological Agency (AEMET), during today cloud cover and precipitation will spread throughout the day from west to east towards the rest of the Peninsula, except in the extreme southeast where rain is not expected with cloudy skies. or with intervals of high clouds, as in the Balearic Islands.

Rainfall will be locally accompanied by thunderstorms in the northern half, especially in Galicia, Aragon and Catalonia, where an occasional hailstorm is not ruled out. After the passage of the front, the rains will cease and the clearings will open gradually, except in the northwest of the peninsula and around Las Béticas, where cloudiness will remain with the probability of light rain. Slightly cloudy or clear in the Canary Islands, although with greater cloudiness in the northern and eastern islands at the beginning. Snow level above 2000 meters dropping to 1600/1800 m, except in the northwest where it will remain at 1600/1800 m throughout the day.

For Friday morning, although there is a general rise in temperatures, rain will give way to intervals of strong wind on the coast and in the northern half of Galicia, on the Cantabrian coast and in parts of the eastern third of the peninsula. The sky will remain cloudy, with some precipitation in the western half of Galicia. In the rest of the extreme north, there will be intervals of cloudiness without excluding some precipitation in the Iberian system, eastern Cantabrian and Pyrenees. Cloudy intervals also at dawn in the rest of the Peninsula, tending to slightly cloudy with intervals of high clouds during the day, except throughout the Mediterranean area, where it will be all day with slightly cloudy skies. In the Canary Islands, stable weather with slightly cloudy or clear skies, except for some intervals of clouds in the north of the islands with greater relief. The maximum temperatures generally rise, except in western Galicia and the Balearic Islands, where they will remain unchanged. Minimal with few changes. Light frosts in the Pyrenees.

He Saturday The extreme north of the peninsula will continue with cloudy skies, with rain in the western half of Galicia, in the east of the Cantabrian Sea and in the Pyrenees, without excluding the rest of Galicia and in the Cantabrian Sea. Cloudy intervals in the rest of the northern and eastern peninsular thirds, not excluding some light precipitation in the northern plateau and upper Ebro. Slightly cloudy with intervals of high clouds in the rest of the Peninsula and Balearic Islands. In the Canary Islands, stable weather with slightly cloudy or clear skies, except for some intervals of clouds in the north of the islands with greater relief. Maximum temperatures will increase throughout the country, except in the Cantabrian Sea, Galicia, the northern plateau and the Pyrenees. and there will be some frosts in the Pyrenees area In some parts of the I createdtemperatures can reach 30 degrees.

On Sunday, stability arrives in the Peninsula and the Balearic Islands with slightly cloudy skies with intervals of high clouds. The exception will continue to be the western half of Galicia, where traces of frontal systems are expected to leave skies cloudy or covered with precipitation in the extreme west, less likely and frequent in the rest. Greater cloud cover is also expected, mostly of a low type, in the first hours in the remaining areas of the extreme north and northwest quadrant of the peninsula, as well as in areas of the southern plateau, with a low probability of some light rain in the Cantabrian Sea and in the Pyrenees, although tending to cloudy. Fairly cloudy or clear in the Canary Islands with some intervals at the beginning in the north of the higher relief islands, and increasing cloudiness throughout the day.

To the Maximum temperatures decrease in the Balearic Islands and the Levante peninsula, can reach locally remarkable, and generally increase in the rest. Growing lows in the Canary Islands and the southern third of the peninsula and declining in the rest. Light frosts on the peaks of the Pyrenees. In some points of Murcia, Córdoba and Granada, the thermometer will reach 30 degrees.

So the young meteorologist George King, who at the age of 16 became very popular due to his predictions with the cabañuelas, defines what will happen these days in his own particular way: “Don’t trust March, it’s treacherous: as soon as it’s cold, it’s hot” . Rey adds that March will be a cold month, as usual, but that it will give us some respite, as in the next few days, when it will be hot.

Second King, winter is in its last throes and the heat of the coming days must not be trusted: “ISpring is already there, it’s coming, but it’s not the same as being in spring because it’s still we could have some sustillo”. Although in general he indicated that “now we must welcome spring because what is left of winter is little”.

The young meteorologist became very popular after being able to predict the arrival of Filomena, which covered the entire country in white in January 2021, the biggest snowfall in the last 50 years and which caused travel problems and forced the suspension of classes in practically the entire country. Rey used the ancestral method of the Cabañuelas, with little scientific evidence – it is based on observing the behavior of nature to make the prediction – but it has given him good results.

using the ancestral method of the cabañuelas. This system, without scientific basis, is based on observing the behavior of nature to predict the weather for the next few months.