The thermometers will reach the mid to high-20s in parts of Spain this week but it’s likely to be a damp few days
The Balearic Islands and the eastern coast will be wet earlier in the day but the Mediterranean area and the Canary Islands should remain dry.
Winds from the west and southwest will feel much stronger along the coast.
The eastern Mediterranean will be cloudy all day although the Canary Islands will enjoy bright, sunny weather.
Day and nighttime temperatures will increase across the country, reaching the low to mid-20s in the south.
Andalucia, Asturias, Cantabria and the Basque Country have all been issued with a yellow warning for adverse sea conditions.
As we move into Wednesday March 8, only Galicia is on alert for rough seas, but here the rain will also be extremely heavy. Weak but widespread showers are forecast in the western part of the country, the north and the south, stretching in to Andalucia. Locally strong storms haven’t been ruled out in these areas
The mercury will increase across the board although a westerly breeze could create a wind chill along the coast.
Alicante will enjoy highs of 24ºC on Wednesday while the temperatures could climb as high as 28ºC in Murcia.
Looking ahead to Thursday March 9 and little change is expected. It will be another largely overcast day with plenty of rainfall predicted in Galicia, the eastern end of Cantabria and the western Pyrenees, although the south of the country should escape the worst of the showers.
The Mediterranean coast will enjoy some sunny spells and any fog that is present should confine itself to mountainous areas.
No major changes in daytime temperatures are expected, with slight drops in the northern third of the country while the mercury should creep up a couple more degrees on the islands.
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