Palma. Palma and Lluc have had just 50 percent of the rainfall expected for the time of year but in the Balearics as a whole, it has been no hotter than average, with some locations in north Majorca being cooler than normal, Maria José Guerrero, the Director of the Balearic Branch of the National Weather Agency (AEMET) said yesterday.
July on Majorca has been twice as dry as usual
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