Madrid/Sevilla, (EFE).- Andalusia is on yellow alert this Saturday due to the forecast of storms and accumulated rains of up to 20 liters per square meter in one hour in the provinces of Seville, Córdoba, the interior of Málaga and the north of the province of Huelva in the Sierra de Aracena.
A total of seven autonomous communities in the extreme north, south and east are on alert this Saturday for rain, with accumulations of 40 liters per square meter in one hour in areas such as the Basque Country and also for storms that, in Alicante will be accompanied by hail while In the Balearic Islands there will be waves of two meters.
In addition to the Balearic Islands, the following are currently at a significant risk meteorological level, in yellow: Andalusia, Aragon, Catalonia, Murcia, the Basque Country and the Valencian Community, according to the latest predictions from the State Meteorological Agency (Aemet), in their website.
In Aragon, the rains will be up to 15 liters per square meter in one hour and there could also be occasional storms.
Rains in much of Spain
In Catalonia, rainfall will accumulate up to 20 liters per square meter in one hour in Barcelona, where there could also be storms.
On the other hand, in the Balearic Islands, coastal phenomena with waves of 2 meters are expected on the islands of Mallorca and Menorca.
In Murcia, the rains can accumulate up to 20 liters per square meter in one hour and will generally affect almost the entire region.
These same amounts are also expected in the Valencian Community, specifically in the provinces of Castellón and Alicante, and in the latter, heavy rains could also be accompanied by small hail.
In the Basque Country, which will cease to be on alert by mid-morning, the rains will accumulate up to 40 liters per square meter in twelve hours and the greatest amounts are expected in mountain areas in the eastern end of Gipuzkoa. EFE