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Posted by Julie Day on July 28, 2015
Weather forecast end of July 2015

The weather in Spain, and in particular the sweltering heat, has been the main topic of conversation all over the place more or less since the beginning of June.

The third heatwave of the summer gave way to just a few days’ break at the weekend before coming back with a vengeance yesterday to probably the hottest and most unbearable day yet again.

But now Spain’s State Weather Agency (AEMET) has a much more hopeful forecast in terms of bearable weather.

As from tomorrow, we will finally notice a drop in the temperature and July will be seen out less hot than in has been throughout the whole month.

The exception to this will be in the foothills of the Cantabrian Mountains, where temperatures will oscillate all week as a result of the various hot and cold fronts entering the zone until the end of the month.

However, for the rest of Spain, temperatures will start to drop from Wednesday, although in some areas it will not be noticeable until Friday or even Saturday.

It is possible that in Seville, for example, the thermic relief will be as much as six degrees. Nevertheless, in the south of the country it will still be hot, although the temperature is expected to drop from 40⁰C to 34⁰C, which will be a relief to many.

In the Mediterranean zone, this cooling down may possibly be experienced from as early as Tuesday (today), when it is likely that by the end of the day there could be a storm. In any case, the relief will definitely be felt by tomorrow and especially on Thursday and Friday.

On Friday, a trough of low pressure will enter the west of the peninsula, which will bring humidity and storms with it across much of the country, particularly in Aragón and Cataluña over the weekend.

These storms will clear up by Saturday and bring a sensation of stability to the end of the month. However, temperatures are expected to rise once more in August.




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