Madrid (EFE).- The squall Juliette subsides, although early this Wednesday the meteorological alert for cold, snow and maritime storms on the northern Mediterranean coast is maintained in fourteen communities, with five at orange level, including the Balearic Islands, with waves up to 12 meters.
This Wednesday both Castilla and Aragon are on orange alert due to cold and snowfall, although the situation will improve in the next few hours, and Catalonia is also on alert for low temperatures and maritime storms, as is the Balearic Islands.
This community maintains the orange alert due to waves of between 4 and 7 meters on the coast of Mallorca and Menorca, with waves that in some cases will reach up to 12 meters in height.
In Castilla y León, snow is expected to accumulate up to 5 centimeters thick in 24 hours in the province of Burgos, and also on the Palencia slope of the Cantabrian mountain range and in Zamora, according to the predictions of the State Meteorological Agency (Aemet). in his web page.
They are also under cold warning in that community, with minimum temperatures of -10 degrees, areas of the central system of Ávila, Segovia, Soria and also Zamora, in the Sanabria area.
The low temperatures also keep Guadalajara and Cuenca, in Castilla-La Mancha, under alert, although only in the early hours of the morning, as well as Aragón, in areas of Albarracín and Jiloca (Teruel) and the Huesca Pyrenees.
Communities such as Asturias, Cantabria, Navarra, La Rioja and the Basque Country are also at the yellow level, with lower risk, due to cold and snow, and due to low temperatures, although only in the early hours of the morning, Extremadura, Galicia, Madrid and the Valencian Community.