Six provinces of Andalusia on orange warning with temperatures expected to reach 44 degrees
Six provinces of Andalusia will have orange warnings on Sunday, July 11, when temperatures are expected to reach 44 degrees.
Many parts of Andalusia can expect temperatures to reach 42 degrees Celsius and the Guadalquivir Valley is expected to see temperatures reach 44 degrees.
The State Meteorological Agency (Aemet) will place many parts of Andalusia on an orange warning for heat on Sunday. Aemet is issuing several heat warnings in the eight Andalusian provinces and six of them have been set at orange level. The people of Andalusia have been warned that blistering heat is about to strike today.
According to the Aemet website, as reports El Correo, alerts will be active between 12:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. Orange alerts can be seen in Seville, Cordoba and most of Jaén. Jaen will see lower temperatures in the mountains, so the weather warning there is on a different level. Other areas on orange alert include the Genil basin, Guadix and Baza in Granada and Aracena in Huelva.
Yellow alerts have been issued for Andevalo and Condado in Huelva, the areas of Cadiz, Ronda and Aracena in Malaga. Yellow alerts will also be active in the Almanzora Valley, Los Velez, the Nacimiento River and Tabernas in Almeria in Spain.
Anyone looking for lower temperatures in Andalucia should head to the coast as these areas have no alerts at the moment.
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