Some parts of Majorca woke up to rain on Wednesday morning after one of the hottest nights of the summer so far.
The overnight temperature barely dropped below 27 degrees in Palma and other areas of the Island, according to the State Meteorological Agency, Aemet.
Orange alerts have been issued for heavy rain and thunderstorms all over Spain, including the Balearic Islands.
The mercury will continue to hover around the 30-33 degree mark during the day and unfortunately those stifling tropical nights are forecast to continue with Aemet forecasting lows of 27 degrees in Alfàbia, 24 in Pollensa and 26 in Ibiza.
Tmín (en ºC) hoy, en #Baleares
Palma Puerto 27
Ses Salines 25
La Mola 26August 12, 2020
The Balearic Islands are also on alert for sudden, very strong gusts of wind and high seas.