El tiempo: Málaga, en aviso amarillo por calor hasta este viernes

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Summer Heat Wave Hits Málaga: Get Ready for the Sweltering Weather

As the summer season approaches, Málaga is bracing itself for a heat wave that promises to bring temperatures soaring to record highs. According to the latest forecast, a prolonged period of hot weather is expected to hit the region, with temperatures expected to reach up to 40°C in some areas.

The heat wave is expected to begin on Wednesday and will last until Friday, with temperatures expected to rise to 38°C and 39°C in the capital and surrounding areas. The hottest temperatures are expected to be recorded in the Valle del Guadalhorce and the interior of the province.

Experts warn that the heat will be exacerbated by a high-pressure system in the Mediterranean, which will bring warm air from Africa and the Mediterranean. This will lead to a prolonged period of hot weather, with temperatures not expected to drop below 27°C at night.

Residents are advised to take precautions to stay cool, such as staying hydrated, wearing light and loose clothing, and avoiding strenuous outdoor activities during the hottest part of the day. The heat wave is expected to last until Saturday, when a cooler air mass from the north is expected to bring relief.

Regional Breakdown

  • Málaga city: temperatures expected to reach up to 38°C and 39°C
  • Valle del Guadalhorce: temperatures expected to reach up to 40°C
  • Coastal areas: temperatures expected to reach up to 38°C
  • Interior areas: temperatures expected to reach up to 39°C

Timeline

  • Wednesday: heat wave begins, temperatures expected to rise to 38°C and 39°C
  • Thursday: temperatures expected to rise to 40°C in some areas
  • Friday: temperatures expected to remain high, with no relief expected
  • Saturday: cooler air mass from the north expected to bring relief

Precautions

  • Stay hydrated by drinking plenty of water
  • Wear light and loose clothing
  • Avoid strenuous outdoor activities during the hottest part of the day
  • Stay indoors during the hottest part of the day
  • Use air conditioning or fans to cool down

Resources

  • Aemet (Spanish Meteorological Agency) for the latest forecast and warnings
  • Local authorities for guidance on heat wave precautions

By taking these precautions and staying informed, residents can minimize the risks associated with the heat wave and stay safe and comfortable during the hot summer weather.

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