28-09-2014P. BOTA

Palma.—The heat wave experienced over the last few days in the Balearics is coming to an end.
A report revealed yesterday by the State Weather  Agency confirmed a cold front will hit Spain today.
Temperatures will drop between four and six degrees, and should be accompanied by rain.
The Basque Country, Navarra and the Pyrenees areas will be ones hit first by the cold front.
In the Balearics, Madrid, La Rioja, Soria, the north of Zaragoza and Huesca the temperature drop will be slightly more progressive with tomorrow expected to be the coldest day.
The probability of strong rain fall in the Balearics and Barcelona will be highest then, with Barcelona on yellow alert, with the region expecting 20 litres of rain per square metre per hour. Temperatures in the centre and south of Spain are nonetheless expected to remain high, with thermometers in Huelva, Sevilla and Cordoba set to register maximum temperatures between 29 and 30 degrees Celsius.


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