The General Directorate of Civil Protection and Emergencies of the Ministry of Interior, according to the predictions of the State Meteorological Agency (Aemet), alert for this Friday of a strong rain and wind storm, both on the coasts and in the peninsular interior.
Winds may reach 130 km / hour in much of the peninsula, affecting the northern half to a greater extent, Madrid, Extremadura, Castilla-La Mancha, Valencian and Andalusian Community.
In addition, it is foreseen strong waves on the Galician coast and the Mediterranean coast, as well as in the Andalusian coasts, Balearic Islands and Ceuta.
Faced with this situation, Civil Protection advises against strong winds to secure doors, windows and all those objects that may fall to the public. and get away from cornices, trees, walls or buildings under construction or grasses that can come off.
Also, it is advisable to refrain from climbing scaffolding without adequate protection measures, as well as extreme precautions at the wheel, especially in the exit of tunnels, overtaking and crossing with heavy vehicles on two-way roads.
The wide and deep storm Elsa continue sending along this Friday after the warnings gradually disappear, although during the morning of this Friday they remain active in 32 provinces and Ceuta due to wind, rain or bad sea. This morning, 48 provinces warned of adverse phenomena accumulated, all except Las Palmas and Len.
'Elsa' has associated several very active frontal systems that are moving from west to east along the peninsula and will leave widespread, persistent and locally heavy rains this Friday in large areas, according to the State Meteorological Agency (Aemet).
The prediction of the Aemet, collected by Servimedia, indicates that no point of the peninsula and the Balearic Islands will be rid of rain this Friday, although the greatest effects of 'Elsa' will move towards the southern peninsula, since rain especially in Andaluca, southern Extremadura and Castilla-La Mancha, as well as the Pyrenees.
Throughout this morning the ads disappeared in some provinces of the peninsular northwest, which is now free of storms. Another 32 provinces and Ceuta continue with notices although they will rise as the day progresses.
After sunrise, the wind will continue to be the most widespread adverse phenomenon, since 27 provinces and Ceuta are warned about it. In general, strong gusts will not affect the peninsular northwest quadrant.
In addition, 14 provinces have orange warning (significant risk, the second on a three-level scale) for very strong wind intervals. This morning, hurricane gusts of 130 km / h are expected in the Arn Valley (Huesca) and 120 km / h in the Girona, Lleida and Oscense Pyrenees.
Guadalajara (Parameras de Molina and serrana) will have gusts of 110 km / h, and Alicante (interior), Valencia (interior north), Albacete (Alcaraz and Segura), Teruel (Albarracn, Jiloca, Gdar and Maestrazgo) and Zaragoza (ibrica) , intervals of 100 km / h.
On the other hand, 'Elsa' will keep this Friday along the peninsular coast and balearic warnings with bad seas. The worst being in Galicia and the Gulf of Cdiz, areas where the significant height of the waves can reach five or six meters. Several provinces will continue this Friday with orange warnings for persistent rains of 80 liters in 12 hours.
In addition, a front end to cross the peninsular eastern half in the first half of this Friday and a second frontal system affect its western half in the afternoon, which will follow abundant cloudiness and widespread rainfall.
The rains are expected to be strong and / or persistent and occasionally accompanied by a storm in western Galicia, the Pyrenees, the Southern and Andalusian Plateau. On the contrary, it rains less in the western Cantabrian and southeast peninsular coastlines. In the Canary Islands there will be little clear skies.
Finally, this Friday's temperatures will hardly vary, with slight rises in the Mediterranean coast and parts of the South Plateau, and gentle descents in the Cantabrian area.
It will be hotter in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Melilla and Santa Cruz de Tenerife (23C); Castelln de la Plana and Valencia (21), and Almera, Ceuta, Mlaga and Sevilla (20), and less in Len (8) and Burgos and Lugo (10).
According to the criteria of
. (tagsToTranslate) Spain