Following on from my rant about getting wet in Saturday’s storm in Garrucha, I was upset to see this weather forecast for Almería this week from the BBC: If you click on the image to make it bigger, you will notice that, rather ironically, the UK headline rather perkily states “A bright day across much of the UK”.
Yesterdays rain appears to have a left a lovely smattering of snow on the Sierra Maria, visible from Turre and LG. Lovely! Weather is currently a chilly 16ºC, but nice and warm if out of the wind. ‘Twas only 9ºC in Turre at 8am this morn.
I’ve just finished writing a (quite witty) article about sunny summer in Spain for a (ahem) “local newspaper”. Lots about fun in Spain under the sun, heat, etc. Stood up from the PC, stretched with hands in small of back, yawned, and thought “I’m off to the patio to enjoy what’s left of the evening with The Times and a G&T”. Walk out armed with equipment… and it’s blowing a very cold gale and raining. Continue reading Sunny, sunny Spain
It’s expected to rain up to 60% more than normal during this Spring, according to the Met office.
Almeria is under official snow alert! As the cold creeps in, the northern part of the province (Albox, Almanzora Valley, Tabernas Valley, Los Velez) are all under snow alerts from the met office. And as from tomorrow morning, high winds alert – gusts of over 75kph.