The thermal decline continues throughout Spain, with daytime temperatures will be between 5 and 10 degrees lower than usual, especially on Wednesday and Thursday, according to the forecast of the State Meteorological Agency (Aemet). The thermometers would begin to recover from Friday, with a “gentle rise,” adds the agency.

This Wednesday the values ​​will decrease in practically the entire country, both the maximums and the minimums. It will be more pronounced in the western half of the peninsula where the decrease in maximum temperatures may be notable. Cities like Ávila, León, Burgos, Lugo, Palencia, Segovia or Soria will barely reach 15 degrees.

Fresh air will even reach the Mediterranean where the temperature drop will be “notable.” Even so, in Murcia it will be around 30 degrees and in Alicante 28.

On Thursday, the arrival of a new front will leave rain and showers, mainly in the northern third, although not ruled out in the rest of the northern half and around the central and Iberian system, with snow above about 1,500 meters in the mountains.

In fact, it will be the coolest day of the week, with daytime values ​​between 5 and 10 degrees below normal for the time, in large areas of the west and center of the country. In the Guadalquivir valley it will not exceed 22 degrees and in much of the interior of the northern half and central area and western points of the peninsula it will not reach 18 or 20 degrees.

According to the Aemet forecast, starting on Friday a gentle but continuous thermal rise will begin, until temperatures gradually rise to values ​​typical of the season. For the weekend, most of the country is expected to exceed 20 degrees and in many places 25.