The heat wave continues unbridled in almost all of Spain this Tuesday and will continue to leave both maximum and minimum temperatures very high, especially in the northeast and southwest of the peninsula. The maximum will exceed 40°C and the minimum will not drop below 25°C in some areas.

Throughout the day the thermometers will be shot, except in the Cantabrian area and the southern half of the Mediterranean area. In addition, the State Meteorological Agency (Aemet) has warned that it will reach 43ºC in some parts of the peninsular southwest.

According to the prediction of the State Meteorological Agency (AEMET), the highest temperatures in the country will be reached in Badajoz and Córdoba with 43ºC; Lleida and Ourense, with 42ºC; Cáceres, Ciudad Real, Seville, Toledo and Zaragoza with 41ºC; and Girona, Jaén, Logroño, Pamplona, ​​Salamanca and Zamora, with 40ºC.

Daytime temperatures will tend to drop slightly in the northwest third of the peninsula, and will remain with little change in the rest, although still very high; The night thermometer, for its part, will reflect increases in the western half of the peninsula.

Almería, Cádiz, Granada, Burgos, León, Palencia, Segovia, Soria, Albacete, Cuenca, Ciudad Real, Guadalajara, A Coruña, Lugo, Pontevedra, Álava and Valencia have activated their heat warnings as recommended by Aemet in its prediction.

In the Catalan Pyrenees there will be chances of a strong storm, but the skies will generally be lightly cloudy, except for intervals of clouds in Galicia and Cantabria, as well as in the Strait and in the north of the Canary Islands; In the northern half of the peninsula, evolutionary cloudiness is expected in the interior in the afternoon, and with possible showers in the Cantabrian mountain range, the Iberian system and the Pyrenees.

At the beginning of the day, scattered morning mists will be appreciated both in the interior of Galicia and in Cantabria; while in the Canary Islands calima is expected.

The winds will stand out from the northern component in Galicia and Cantabria, while they will be from the east in the southeast half of the peninsula and the Balearic Islands; there will also be strong Levante intervals in the Strait; they will be loose variables in the rest.