THE weather is going to get worse before it gets better but the forecast come Wednesday is not as gloomy as the skies have been over the past few days and will continue to be today. Worst hit by the cold front which first struck the Balearics on Friday flooding parts of the north east of Majorca, in particular Pollensa town, was Ibiza yesterday with some 81 litres per square metre of rain falling overnight accompanied by heavy hail storms. Outbreaks of torrential rain were widespread across the region yesterday and the Balearic emergency services will remain on weather alert today with more heavy downpours. Some will dump around 60 litres of rain per square metre. Forecasts for snow, however, is unlikely to reach us after all. But the good news is that skies are due to start clearing tomorrow with a significant improvement in the weather expected by Thursday.
Spain's met. office weather forecast chief Angel Rivera said yesterday that, while this weekend's cold front has given us a taste of winter, it is starting to move away and more Autumnal weather will return. It is however going to remain rather chilly with maximum temperatures of between 17 and 18ºC and lows of 10-13ºC.


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