The early summer heat, more typical of July or August than of the beginning of May, will predominate this Wednesday in large areas of the north of the peninsula, where the sun will shine and the thermometers will mark up to 34 degrees.

The prediction of the State Meteorological Agency (Aemet), collected by Servimedia, indicates that temperatures will rise in the center and north of the peninsula, notably in the eastern Cantabrian and northern Navarre, while they will drop in the western third and the extreme southeast of the peninsula.

The thermometers will mark between 10 and 15 degrees more than normal in the Bay of Biscay and nearby provinces, and 5 to 10 degrees more than usual in the rest of the interior of the peninsula.

Among the provincial capitals, it will be hotter in Bilbao, Jaén and Toledo (34 degrees); Ciudad Real, Córdoba and Seville (33), and Granada, Logroño and Zaragoza (32). And it will soften more in Barcelona and Tarragona (22), Málaga and Melilla (23), and A Coruña, Alicante, Ceuta and Pontevedra (24).

The temperatures will be more typical of August in Bilbao and Toledo (34), Ciudad Real (33), Madrid (31), Pamplona and Vitoria (30), Oviedo and Santander (29) and San Sebastián (27), and July that from the beginning of May in Jaén (34), Logroño and Zaragoza (32), Valladolid and Zamora (31), and Burgos (30).

On the other hand, this Wednesday there will be a gradual increase in cloudiness in Galicia, Asturias and León, with rain in the afternoon that could be accompanied by occasional storms. They could spread, in a weaker and more dispersed way, to other areas of the Bay of Biscay and to the west of the Northern Plateau.

The sky will be slightly cloudy at first in the rest of the peninsula and the Balearic Islands, except for some intervals of low clouds in areas of the peninsular Mediterranean coast, and it will increase throughout the day at cloudy intervals, especially of medium and high type.

In the Canary Islands, cloudy intervals are expected in the north of the islands, with a low probability of light precipitation in those of greater relief, and practically clear skies in the rest of the archipelago.

Finally, the wind will first blow from the east and south in the peninsula and the Balearic Islands, with intervals of strong easterly in the Strait, but it will tend to roll to the southwest on the Atlantic and inland slopes of the Cantabrian slope; to the west strong on the Cantabrian coast, with gale at sea, and to abate in the Strait and Alborán.

This Wednesday there will be a southeasterly wind in the Ebro and Catalonia, while in the north of the Mediterranean area it will roll from northwest to southeast and in the Canary Islands the north trade wind will tend to establish itself.

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