From today, after a few days of cooler weather, a second Indian summer is kicking in thanks to the effects of an anticyclone reaching the Iberian Peninsular.
Over the weekend temperatures will climb back up to 30ºC in some places within Andalucía, including inland Granada. In Córdoba, daytime temperatures will reach 33C. Night temperatures will stand at an average of 14ºC, except for the provincial capital where it will drop to 10ºC.
But it won’t last long and we can expect temperatures more in line with an autumn from Friday, next week: the state weather agency, Agencia Estatal de Meteorología (Aemet), forecasts that on Monday the 17th an Atlantic front could enter through the north-west of Spain bringing rain although it is unlikely to reach down here.
On the Costa Tropical temperatures will not go up over 25C during the day, nor drop under 20ºC at night, during next week. For those of us who are itching to light a log fire or put on a coat, we’re going to have to wait until November, at least.
The weather map that accompanies this article is for 14.00h next Thursday
(News: Granada, Costa Tropical, Granada, Andalucia)