The weekend was marked by various storm warnings in the red sea in some areas of the north of the country and significant gusts of wind and rain, following a new storm which received the name Domingos. However, as revealed by the State Meteorological Agency (Aemet), this situation will change next Monday.

With the entry of this new week, a radical change of times after the train of storms that have hit the peninsula these days. As Aemet warns on his account

Forecast for Monday, November 6

According to Aemet forecasts, this Monday a general drop in temperatures in all the countries. However, instability will persist, particularly on the Galician and Cantabrian coasts, where orange risk due to waves and one yellow risk due to rain. In this sense, the regions of Asturias, Cantabria, A Coruña, Lugo, Pontevedra, Gipuzkoa and Vizcaya will be on orange alert due to waves up to 8 meters And the winds who could reach 74 kilometers per hour. The Canary Islands will also be affected by waves, with a yellow risk, while La Palma, La Gomera and Tenerife, in the province of Santa Cruz de Tenerife, and Las Palmas, in the province of Gran Canaria, will be in yellow warning for rainlike La Coruña.

For its part, in the extreme northwest of the peninsula, instability is expected to persist with cloudy sky and precipitation which will mainly affect Galicia and its surroundings. Some precipitation which will be more intense and frequent in coastal areas, and may become locally persistent in the extreme northwest of Galicia. Likewise, it is planned showers on the Cantabrian coasts, without excluding storms that could be accompanied by hail and this could also affect Galicia.

In the rest of the peninsula and the Balearic Islandswait a little longer stable, although with mostly light cloud cover across large areas of the northwest quadrant and central peninsula. However, the possibility of light rain and occasional showers in mountain areas.

In the Canary Islands, we are waiting for a front to leave cloudy or overcast skywith precipitationmore intense to the north of the islands with greater relief and tending to decrease during the second part of the day.

There The cover of snow It will be between 1,600/1,800 meters in the Pyrenees, and will drop to 1,200/1,400 meters, with low probability, in the western Cantabrian, northern Iberian and central systems. In this sense, AEMET also warns of possible morning fog banks in mountainous areas.

Regarding the temperaturesa general decline is expected throughout the country, with weak frosts in the main mountain systems, more intense in the Pyrenees, where they could become strong in the highest areas.

Finally, the wind will blow with western component in the peninsula and the Balearic Islands, being more intense in the northern and eastern thirds, as well as on the coasts, with very strong gusts in the north of Galicia and the Cantabrian Sea. In the rest of the country, winds are expected to be generally lazywhile in the Canary Islands the trade winds will blow, strong and with very strong gusts in the channels between the islands.