The month of November begins this Wednesday with adverse weather, especially in the northwest of the peninsula, mainly this afternoon due to a front associated with the storm Ciarán, which has forced the State Meteorological Agency (Aemet) to activate warnings for a wind storm , rain or rough seas in eight autonomous communities.

The prediction of the State Meteorological Agency (Aemet), collected by Servimedia, indicates that the most significant thing about this All Saints’ Day will be the strong or very strong wind on the coasts of Galicia and the west of Asturias, the very strong gusts in the northern peninsula and the Iberian System, and the locally strong and possibly persistent rains in the Galician community.

However, two Atlantic fronts will affect areas of the peninsula. The first, weaker, will cloud the sky and bring rain in the early hours without reaching the southeastern third.

The most intense will appear in the afternoon, with a first front associated with the Ciarán storm for which the Aemet has activated warnings in 18 provinces spread across eight autonomous communities due to adverse meteorological phenomena.

There is an orange warning – significant risk for outdoor activities – due to gusts of 110 km/h in Asturias (southwest, Cantabrian Mountains and Picos de Europa); 100 km/h in A Coruña, Lugo and Ourense (mountains), and 90 km/h in Álava (Nervión basin) and Pontevedra (inland).

The orange warning for waves of five to six meters affects the coasts of A Coruña, Asturias, Lugo and Pontevedra.

The rest of the warnings are yellow level – risk – for gusts of 70 to 90 km/h (Burgos, Cantabria, La Rioja, León, Navarra, Palencia, Soria, Teruel, Vizcaya, Zamora and Zaragoza), persistent rains (A Coruña, Asturias, León, Lugo, Ourense, Pontevedra and Zamora) or waves of four to five meters (Cantabria, Guipúzcoa and Vizcaya).

On the other hand, this Wednesday there will be moderate showers in mountainous areas and skies with a tendency to clear on the Mediterranean coast. The Canary Islands will have cloudy intervals, without ruling out some light rain on the islands with greater relief.

The snow level will rise to between 2,000 and 2,400 meters in the Pyrenees, and will drop to between 1,600 and 2,000 meters in the Cantabrian Mountains.

Temperatures will rise in the southern third of the peninsula. It will be warmer in Santa Cruz de Tenerife (27 degrees) and Alicante, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria and Murcia (26), and colder in León (13) and Ávila, Burgos, Cuenca, Palencia, Segovia and Valladolid (14).

Finally, this Wednesday winds from the southwest will predominate in the peninsula and the Balearic Islands, which will be strong or very strong on the Galician and Cantabrian coasts, with very strong gusts in the mountains of the central north and northwest of the peninsula, without ruling out that they will be hurricanes on the peaks of the Cantabrian, that is, greater than 120 km/h.