The heat persists this Wednesday in eight communities in the center and east of the peninsula, but only Andalusia maintains the orange alert (significant risk) due to maximums that will rise to 42 degrees, reports the State Meteorological Agency (Aemet) on its website.
Andalusia has an orange warning (important risk) in Córdoba, Seville, Jaén and Huelva for values that will rise to 42 degrees in the Sevillian countryside, Cordoba, the Guadalquivir valley and in the Andévalo, Condado and Aracena regions; in Cádiz and Granada there is a yellow level due to maximums between 37-39 degrees.
Extremadura, one of the communities most affected by the heat, maintains the yellow warning (risk) in the two provinces due to maximum records that will range between 37-39 degrees at points in the Vega del Guadiana, the Siberia of Extremadura, in the Tagus, Alagón , Cáceres plateau, Barros, Serena, Villuercas and Montánchez.
The Community of Madrid also continues with a yellow level due to maximums between 37-38 degrees in the south, vegas and west, metropolitan area and Henares; in the mountains it will reach 34 degrees.
In Castilla y León, only the south of Ávila and Salamanca have activated the alert for values of 37 degrees, and in Castilla-La Mancha all the provinces are yellow due to records between 36 and 39 degrees.
In the eastern half of the peninsula, Aragon has a yellow level in the provinces of Huesca and Teruel due to maximums between 34 and 36 degrees in areas of the Pyrenees, Ribera del Ebro and the south and center of Huesca, while in Catalonia the provinces of Girona and Lleida they continue in yellow for values between 34 and 36 degrees. The island of Mallorca (Balearic Islands), on yellow alert, will reach maximums of up to 37 degrees in the south and interior of the island.
Meteorology warns that with the yellow alert there is no meteorological risk for the population in general, although there is for some specific activity.
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