The week enters with rains in the north and a drop in temperatures in the Peninsula and the Balearic Islands

The State Meteorological Agency (Aemet) foresees for this Monday abundant rains and storms in the Cantabrian Sea and strong wind, also on the eastern Andalusian coast, while temperatures will drop in much of the Peninsula, notably in the eastern half, and in the Balearic Islands.

The front that crosses the country will end up crossing the peninsula to the east, and cloudiness will be abundant at dawn in the extreme southeast of the peninsula, with probable weak rainfall in the early hours in Cádiz and inland eastern Andalusia, without ruling out in the east of the southern plateau and central and Iberian systems.

The front will move rapidly towards the Balearic Islands, leaving behind occasional showers and storms in the northeast of Catalonia and the Balearic Islands, tending to subside from the afternoon.

On the other hand, the precipitations will continue in Galicia, Cantabrian Sea and Pyrenees, accompanied by storms on the coast, more abundant on the Basque coast, eventually remitting to the west. Intervals of low clouds in a good part of the peninsular interior, tending during the day to slightly cloudy or with some high clouds. In the Canary Islands, cloudy intervals in the north and slightly cloudy in the south.

The snow level will be in the Pyrenees at 1,600 / 1,800 meters at the beginning of the day, to go down to 1,300 / 1400 meters

Maximum temperatures in decrease in the peninsula, notable in its eastern half, and in the Balearic Islands. The minimums also fall, except in Melilla, in the extreme south of the peninsula and under Ebro, where they rise slightly. Few changes in the Canary Islands.

The wind will be from the west and northwest in the Peninsula and the Balearic Islands, strong on the Cantabrian coast and the easternmost Andalusian coast, and with strong intervals in the lower Ebro, mountains of the eastern peninsula and the rest of the Mediterranean coast. Trade winds in the Canary Islands.