The rain will slowly travel from west to east of the Peninsula this week and temperatures will drop but will remain warm Most likely, dry and sunny weather will continue, with temperatures without major changes in general On Thursday a DANA will drop from the north towards the Mediterranean area and will cause an unstable environment that will leave rainfall in the Valencian Community, the Region of Murcia and the Balearic Islands could be locally intenseThis week the weather will be very changeable throughout the peninsula and from day to day, although the temperatures, despite the rains that are coming, They will remain practically the same. The passage of a frontal system associated with a storm located to the north of the British Isles will give rise to rains in the coming days on the peninsula, which will advance from west to east. Already on Thursday a DANA will be downloaded that will destabilize the weather in the Mediterranean until Friday and, perhaps on Saturday, as reported by the State Meteorological Agency (AEMET). This Dana is not going to leave an extreme storm but there will be showers in the form of a storm that can be very intense at some points. Up to 28 degrees in Valencia Temperatures will increase in the Mediterranean area while they will drop in the south. In addition, night temperatures will increase, due to the increase in cloud cover. Thus, the night frosts will disappear and 20 degrees will be exceeded in points of the Bay of Biscay, the Balearic Islands and Andalusia in the central hours of the day. With temperatures close to 25 degrees in Girona, Barcelona or Granada and can even reach 28 degrees in the city of Valencia. As for Wednesday, it indicates that as the frontal system progresses, the rains will be concentrated especially in the central strip of the Peninsula. Specifically, it expects it to rain mainly in Cantabria, the Basque Country, Navarra, La Rioja, Aragón, Castilla y León, the Community of Madrid, the north and west of Castilla-La Mancha, Extremadura and the western half of Andalusia. The spokesman does not rule out that at the end of the day the rains will reach the Mediterranean regions or even the Balearic Islands, although this will depend on the speed of advance of the front, after which the winds will turn to the north component and blow strongly, especially at points in Catalonia and perhaps also in Aragon and the Balearic Islands. The Dana arrives on Thursday On Thursday the front will have already passed through the Peninsula but that same day a DANA will drop from the north towards the Mediterranean area and cause an unstable environment that will leave rainfall in the Valencian Community, Region of Murcia and the Balearic Islands could be locally intense and be accompanied by a storm. For Friday, there is still a lot of uncertainty, but Del Campo predicts that the showers will continue in these Mediterranean regions, although with less probability in the Balearic archipelago, while they could extend to the south of Andalusia. In the rest of Spain on Thursday and Friday hardly any rain is expected and daytime temperatures will tend to rise clearly, except in the Mediterranean regions, where that cloudier environment and the rains will leave a somewhat cooler environment. A storm arrives for the following week which will lower temperatures Despite the rains and the Dana, it is expected that temperatures will continue to exceed 20ºC in parts of the Bay of Biscay, in Catalonia, on the Mediterranean coast, the Balearic Islands, Extremadura and Andalusia, with a maximum temperature of around 25ºC in Badajoz, Almería , Granada, Jaén, Málaga, Huelva and it is even possible that it reaches 28ºC in Seville. “It is a still warm environment in many areas of our country,” he says. For Saturday the somewhat unstable environment could continue in the Mediterranean, while new fronts could reach the northwest that could leave Sunday rains in Galicia. In the rest, the most likely is that dry and sunny weather will continue, with temperatures without major changes in general or slightly rising, so temperatures will continue to be somewhat higher than normal for the season. A scenario in that next week the rains will be widespread throughout Spain and with snowfall in mountain areas, although this has yet to be confirmed. “It is possible that a storm is approaching from the Atlantic that would be more important and would cause a significant drop in temperatures, snow in the mountains and intense and abundant rains throughout Spain,” Del Campo concludes.