Cold weather will remain on the continent until Sunday, especially in the northern and central interior regions, with significant increases in minimum temperature and precipitation occurring as of Monday, according to the IPMA.
Speaking to Lusa, the meteorologist from the Portuguese Institute of the Sea and the Atmosphere (IPMA) Madalena Rodrigues said that today there has already been a small rise in minimum temperatures.
“That’s why not all districts of the continent are now on yellow notice, only Braga, Porto, Aveiro, Vila Real, Bragança, Castelo Branco, Évora and Beja and until tomorrow [quinta-feira]”, he needed.
According to Madalena Rodrigues, a gradual rise in minimum temperatures of 1/2 degrees Celsius is expected over the next few days.
“No major changes are expected for the next few days. We will continue with low temperatures and even negative values in the northern and central interior regions at least until Sunday, but it will no longer be for issuing a warning and temperatures will be normal for this time of year. “, said.
Madalena Rodrigues also indicated that ice and frost will continue to occur in the interior regions and mists and fogs that can freeze.
At the beginning of next week, according to the meteorologist, if it is confirmed, precipitation is expected to occur and the lows should rise by 2/3 degrees and negative temperatures are not expected for mainland Portugal.
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