Celia puts 11 communities on alert due to rain or wind, Andalusia in red


  • Catalonia maintains the orange warning (significant risk) due to a strong maritime storm in the provinces of Girona and Tarragona

The Celia storm, which affects large areas of the country, has activated this Monday the notice in 11 communities due to strong gusts of wind, rough seas and rains, with greater intensity in Andalusia where Malaga has a red warning (extreme risk) for rains of 120 liters per square meter in 12 hours.

According to data from the State Meteorological Agency (Aemet), in Malaga (Andalusia) there is a red warning for rain in parts of the Sol and Guadalhorce region, where up to 120 liters will be collected in 12 hours; Aemet warns that the largest accumulations are expected in the western third of said region.

Likewise, in the Andalusian provinces of Almería and Granada have a yellow level (risk) due to strong waves and by wind from the east and northeast with intervals of force 7.

Catalonia maintains the orange warning (significant risk) due to a strong maritime storm in the provinces of Girona and Tarragona with east and northeast wind, intervals of force 8 and waves of 3 to 4 meters.

The communities of Extremadura, Castilla León and Madrid they have a yellow alert for rains that will collect 40 liters in 12 hours, especially in the Sierra de Gredos, in the Central System of Ávila and Segovia and in the Sierra de Madrid.

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On Aragon, Castilla-La Mancha, Galicia, Balearic Islands, Region of Murcia and Valencian Community the yellow level continues due to strong winds, between 70 and 90 kilometers per hour, or due to rough seas.

The Aemet warns that with the red alert the meteorological risk is extreme with unusual phenomena of exceptional intensity and with a very high level of risk for the population, and with the orange alert there is significant meteorological risk in unusual phenomena and with a certain degree of danger for usual actions.


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