An entry of cold weather from the northeast will arrive on Monday to the Spanish mainland and will cause a new drop in temperatures, which could be about 8 degrees Celsius (ºC) below normal values in much of the country, after the expected thermal rebound this weekend, as reported by eltiempo.es, and could even affect the Canary Islands with temperatures below average, rain and snow on the islands with higher altitudes.
Thus, the weather information portal forecasts that on Monday temperatures will be “especially low” at the end of the day, when a cold spell will begin which could last throughout next week, with the north-east of the peninsula as the most affected area and with snow levels plummeting to an altitude close to sea level in the east of the country.
However, eltiempo.es admits that there is still some uncertainty about the magnitude of the event, but notes that as the hours pass the probability of this new cold entry through the north-east of the peninsula increases. Until then, the weekend will be marked by mild daytime temperatures, with a sunny atmosphere and “pleasant” days, although the nights will still be “very cold” and frosts will continue to occur in large areas of the interior.
Thus, temperatures may be below average in the Canary Islands, with precipitation and snow on the peaks of the islands of higher altitude.