The first hot air this year will cover this week most of Spain. The temperature will rise significantly above normal on Wednesday and Thursday, with values near +35 °C in Madrid and +38 °C or higher from Seville to Cordoba. The climate normal high for this time of year in Madrid is around +25 °C, for Cordoba and Seville — about +30 °C.
Peak heat in the afternoon can result in dangerous conditions for those who are outdoors. It is recommended to drink plenty of water. A bit to escape the heat in coastal areas in the Eastern part of Spain, where it will be much cooler.
High temperatures with peaks of about +29 °C in Valencia are expected from Wednesday to Friday. Still further North, in Barcelona, the thermometer will show +24…+25 °C. the Storm will produce scattered showers in Northern Spain from Friday to Saturday and end the heat in these areas, for a short time by reducing heat throughout Central and southern Spain. Dry weather and late warmth will continue across Central and southern Spain before this weekend and early next week, before a significant cold snap in the middle of next week.