Last beach day this August

Monday’s downpours irrigated some of the counties where the pluviometric deficit of recent months is more important. In the morning, 7 l/m² were recorded in Horta de Sant Joan or 6 in Alcarràs and the storms in the last hour of the afternoon left 25 liters in Gimenells, 18 in Raimat and between 5 and 10 in many places in the Lleida region , of the Terres de l’Ebre and Camp de Tarragona. Today, however, the showers will be much more punctual and will be concentrated in the Pyrenees area and around the Collsacabra.

Maximum expected temperature difference between yesterday and today.

A Tuesday with little rain and many hours of clear skies: in the morning only a few timid bands of thin clouds will circulate and in the afternoon the clouds will only grow eagerly in mountain points in the northern third of the country. Temperatures will be similar to yesterday and therefore we will continue to experience more heat than it would touch at the end of August. In fact, the maximum may even rise slightly in the southern half of Catalonia and climb above 35 °C towards the Priorat, the Ribera d’Ebre, the Segrià or the Garrigues.

On Wednesday the weather will be more uncertain and variable. In the west and in the south, clearings will quickly open, but in the rest of the country there will be more clouds than clearings in the morning. From midday the sun will gain ground on the coast and in the central pre-littoral, but the clouds will quickly cover the sky in the northern regions and the afternoon will be like an umbrella in the Pyrenees, in Central Catalonia and in the demarcation of Girona. The showers and storms locally will discharge with intensity, accumulating 15 or 20 l/m² in a short time, and may be accompanied by hail or stone and strong winds.

During the second half of the week we won’t be able to get rid of the instability. The afternoon showers seem to be concentrated mainly in the northern half of the country, but on Friday and Saturday, drops could also escape towards Les Ports, the Prades mountains and Montsant. In any case, everything points to the fact that we will have to wait for Sunday to have a day without rain anywhere. The temperatures will normalize and between Thursday and next Monday we will breathe a little better in the country as a whole.

The beginning of next week will be quite calm, with much more sun than clouds and isolated afternoon showers that will not escape from the Pyrenees. By midday on Monday we won’t get above 31 or 32C anywhere, but the latest updates to the weather maps suggest that temperatures will climb again from Tuesday and that we will arrive at the Bank Holiday weekend with a more August than September.

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