Madrid, (EFE).- Ten autonomous communities are under an orange or yellow warning this Sunday due to snowfall, coastal phenomena or gusts of strong wind, according to the State Meteorological Agency (Aemet).
The Balearic Islands and Catalonia are in orange warning due to coastal phenomena, with waves of up to four meters high, and the Catalan community is in yellow due to gusts of strong wind of 75-80 kilometers per hour in Tarragona, Girona and Lleida, according to the forecasts of the Aemet.
In addition, in Catalonia they are on yellow warning due to snowfall with accumulations of between two and five centimeters in 24 hours at any level in the Aran Valley (Lleida), above 200 meters in the pre-coastal and central depression of Barcelona, as well as than the precoastal of Tarragona.
In Cazorla and Segura, in Jaén, the snowfall may leave accumulations of five centimeters above 800 meters, which is why they are under yellow warning.
In Aragon, snowfall is forecast in the Huesca Pyrenees (Huesca), with accumulations of five centimeters in 24 hours, above 1,100 meters in towns near the divide and that will continue on Monday.
In addition, wind gusts of between 70 and 80 kilometers per hour will affect Teruel, Zaragoza and Huesca.
In Cantabria, the central and valley areas of Villaverde, Liébana and Ebro are in yellow due to snowfall with accumulations of between two centimeters, in the first, and five in the other two in 24 hours from 600 meters.
In Castilla y León, areas of Burgos, León and Palencia may accumulate up to five centimeters of snow in 24 hours above 700 meters during the day and 300 from the last hours, conditions that will also affect the Iberian region of La Rioja .
The northwest of A Coruña is under yellow warning due to coastal phenomena between Bares and Vilán, with winds of up to 61 kilometers per hour and force 7.
In Navarra, the warning is yellow due to strong gusts of wind between 70 and 80 kilometers per hour on the banks of the Ebro and the Navarrese Pyrenees.
In Castellón they are also in yellow due to gusts of wind from the northwest, of 80 kilometers per hour, in the interior and north and south coast.