THE latest long range weather forecast for the Balearics promises fine and dry weather until Christmas Eve, but worsening conditions from December 25.
On Christmas Day a cold front will move in from the north-east and central Europe bringing cooler and unsettled conditions to the region.
Angel Rivera, spokesman for the Meteorological Office, commented that the front will weaken across the Balearics, but would still bring a drop in temperatures.

He said there should be no significant deterioration on Christmas Day, but temperatures would drop as winds blow in from the north and east.
Temperatures will fall to a maximum of 15 degrees from the pre-Christmas highs in the mid-20s. But the mid-teens were normal for the time of year, according to the met office spokesman.

However, nightime temperatures could drop to three of four degrees or even freezing point in exposed areas.
He suggested that rain could fall from Boxing Day with localised showers and strong winds. Some of the rain could be persistent.
But the forecaster said the rain should be nothing like the storms which battered Majorca solidly for days during the early part of this week. Many towns were flooded by the heavy storms and melting snow as an average year's amount of rain fell on the island in just two days.


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