Sunday, March 3, 2024

Gale pressure wind alert for Palma Carnival parades this weekend

The State Meteorological Company (Aemet) within the Balearics has issued a warning forward of the Sa Rua Palma and s’Arenal carnival celebrations this Sunday and Saturday that the wind will blow robust with gusts that can attain 60 and 70 kilometers per hour.

For Saturday, the day of Sa Rua s’Arenal, overcast skies are anticipated, tending to cloudy intervals within the morning. Additionally, early morning showers which can proceed to fall in the course of the morning and because the day progresses.
As for temperatures, they are going to be round 17 levels at midday and can drop at night time to about 12 levels.

The wind can be reasonable with robust intervals, from 30 to 50 km/h, from the southwest that can flip within the morning to west and northwest with gusts of as much as 60 and 70 km/h.

Alternatively, the sky can be barely cloudy throughout Sa Rua Palma, this Sunday, and no rain is predicted.
Nevertheless, the wind will blow strongly from the northwest with gusts of fifty to 60 km/h and can lower within the afternoon, with gusts of 15 and 25 km/h.

Temperatures will hover round 12 levels in the course of the early morning and can rise above 16 levels at midday earlier than dropping at night time to 9 or 11 levels.
Some elements of the mainland have been hit at present by gale pressure winds reaching 200 kmph.

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