A Chance of Rain?

According to the National Meteorological Institute, Andalucía could finally be in for some rain this coming weekend.

GRA Weather Forecast Saturday 1st Sep 23The drop in temperature could be around ten degrees Celsius under what is normal for this time of year, owing to a DANA (Isolated High Level Depression) over the peninsular Saturday and Sunday.

According to meteorologist, Juan de Dios del Pino (John of God of The Pine) precipitations are expected over the extreme east of Andalucia which is Almería but which could included Eastern Granada.

So checking the webpage of Agencia Estatal de Meteorología (Aemet) for a more detailed forecast for Granada we find:

Saturday:

Almuñécar 26ºC/19ºC
Salobreña 26ºC/17ºC
Motril 28ºC/20ºC
Albuñol 26ºC/20ºC
Alhama de G. 24ºC/13ºC
Lanjarón 24ºC/12ºC
Guadix 28ºC/15ºC
Loja 25ºC/14ºC
Baza 27ºC/12ºC
Dúrcal 25ºC/12ºC
Granada (city) 28ºC/16ºC
Capileira 22ºC/11ºC
Trevélez 20ºC/10ºC
Otívar 26ºC/17ºC

Sunday:

Almuñécar 24ºC/17ºC
Salobreña 23ºC/15ºC
Motril 25ºC/17ºC
Albuñol 24ºC/17ºC
Alhama de G. 21ºC/11ºC
Lanjarón 21ºC/10ºC
Guadix 25ºC/13ºC
Loja 24ºC/12ºC
Baza 25ºC/10ºC
Dúrcal 22ºC/10ºC
Granada (city) 24ºC/14ºC
Capileira 19ºC/09ºC
Trevélez 17ºC/08ºC
Otívar 23ºC/14ºC

If you want to check it out for yourselves, please visit AEMET. Choose “Probabilidad de precipitation” and then zoom into the area you’re interested in. The webpage is definitely showing rain over the weekend, so check it on later today, for example. Costa Tropical has a higher percentage of probability Saturday whilst inland Granada has it for Sunday

(News/Noticias: Granada, Andalucia)

  1 comment for “A Chance of Rain?

  1. Patrick Barry Storey
    September 1, 2023 at 2:42 pm

    Will be putting my summer stuff away. Just in case it’s real rain.

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