Six communities in the east of the Peninsula -Aragon, the Balearic Islands, Castilla-La Mancha, Catalonia, the Region of Murcia and the Valencian Community- maintain today, Monday, July 4, the yellow warning for strong storms or for maximums that will rise to 38 degrees, reports the State Meteorological Agency (Aemet).

Storm episodes in regions such as the Valencian Community should not be confused with a DANA (Isolated Depression at High Levels). This atmospheric phenomenon is similar to the cold drop and consists of closed, defined and persistent depressions.

Aragón has a yellow warning for maximums of 36 degrees throughout the community, with a higher incidence in the south of Huesca, in the lower Aragón, in the Ribera del Ebro and in Albarracín and Jiloca, while in Catalonia, only the province of Lleida continues in yellow level for values ​​between 34 and 36 degrees in the Pyrenees and central depression.

In Castilla-La Mancha, the yellow alert persists in Albacete due to strong storms and maximum temperatures of 36 degrees in areas near La Mancha in Albacete, Alcaráz, Segura, Hellín and Almansa.

The Valencian Community has activated the warning for intense storms, with the probability of hail, in the interior of Alicante and Valencia and for high maximums between 36 and 38 degrees in points in the interior of the province of Valencia.

The Region of Murcia is in yellow due to strong storms in areas of the Murcian plateau and the northwest of the community, and in the Balearic Islands, also in yellow, the thermometer will range between 36 and 38 degrees on the islands of Mallorca and Menorca.

Likewise, the Aemet indicates that in Galicia there is a yellow alert due to the northeast coastal wind force 7 in the province of A Coruña.

The Meteorological Agency 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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