The heat wave keeps eleven autonomous communities on alert today, Monday, five of them on orange alert, due to extreme temperatures that will reach 43 degrees at points along the Guadalquivir, reports the State Meteorological Agency (Aemet).

Andalusia is in an orange warning (important risk) due to maximums that will range between 40 and 43 degrees in the provinces of Cádiz, Córdoba, Granada, Jaén and Seville, and a yellow warning (risk) in Huelva.

The Aemet warns that the period of maximum heat will cover between 12:00 and 20:00 peninsular hours.

Aragón has an orange alert in the province of Zaragoza for values ​​close to 39 degrees on the banks of the Ebro, while in Teruel and Huesca there is a yellow warning for maximums between 36 and 38 degrees.

The Community of Madrid continues at an orange level due to intense heat, between 39 and 41 degrees, in the metropolitan area, Henares, and areas of the south, east, west and Las Vegas; in the Sierra de Madrid, in yellow, the thermometers will rise to 36 degrees.

In Extremadura the heat will hit hard and it is expected to reach up to 42 degrees in the Guadiana plains and in Extremaduran Siberia, while in the rest of the community – south of Badajoz, north of Cáceres, Cáceres plateau, Villuercas, Montánchez , Tajo and Alagón, the values ​​will oscillate between 39 and 41 degrees.

Castilla-La Mancha continues to be orange in the provinces of Ciudad Real, Cuenca and Toledo, with values ​​between 39 and 41 degrees, especially in points of the Tajo valley, in La Mancha de Ciudad Real, Toledo and Cuenca, the Guadiana and del Tagus and in the Cuenca mountain range among other areas; in Albacete and Guadalajara the yellow warning has been activated for maximums between 35 and 39 degrees.

In the communities of La Rioja, the Valencian Community, the Region of Murcia, the Foral Community of Navarra, Catalonia and in Castilla y León, the yellow alert persists due to temperatures that will range between the 36 degrees expected on the banks of the Ebro in Navarra and the 38 degrees of the south of Avila.

The Aemet warns that with the orange alert there is a significant meteorological risk and a certain degree of danger for usual activities, and with the yellow there is no meteorological risk for the population in general, although there is for specific activities.

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