Etiqueta 'Rain'
Weather for Sant Sebastia

Weather for Sant Sebastia

Rain forecast for the Sant Sebastia fiestas.

JOAN TORRES 18/01/2024

People at Santa Ponsa beach

People at Santa Ponsa beach

People at Santa Ponsa beach.

Joan Llado 11/04/2022

The Soller Coll road needed to be closed.


More heavy rain due tomorrow

There is an amber alert for the Tramuntana, where up to 100 litres per square metre of rain may fall in a twelve-hour period.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter20/01/2017 00:00

Rain in Palma.


Get braced for torrential rain

Sharp change in the weather forecast for this weekend across the Balearics.

Humphrey Carter15/12/2016 00:00

Yesterday's rain is due to be repeated over the next ten days.


Cloud and rain in Majorca until the middle of October

Aemet is suggesting that there will be rain at times until at least 16 October with temperatures below normal for the time of year.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter07/10/2016 00:00

Laura Camargo of Podemos insisted that the tourist tax rate should be raised.


Tourist limits, rain and fatalities: the week in Majorca

The tourist tax and tourist limits were again the focus of debate, a shopping complex opened, plastic bags were on the agenda, it rained, and two more people lost their lives on Majorca's roads.

Andrew Ede25/09/2016 00:00

At least some people can enjoy the Majorca rain.


Another day of heavy rain in Majorca

In Puerto Pollensa, 39.6 litres per square metre fell.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter24/09/2016 00:00


The latest storm misses much of Majorca

The rain affected some southern and central areas of Majorca. Elsewhere, there was little or no rain.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter23/09/2016 00:00


Majorca on alert for heavy rain this Wednesday

The Aemet national meteorology agency has issued a yellow alert for rainfall.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter09/03/2016 00:00

Reservoir levels rise but remain very low


Reservoir levels rise but remain very low

The two reservoirs - Gorg Blau and Cuber - had a combined capacity of under 30% in the first weeks of the year.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter01/03/2016 00:00