The episode of intense rains, popularly known as "cold drop", is being developed so far as it was planned throughout Spain, with the most affected areas being Valencia, Castellón, Teruel and Tarragona.
As it was predicted, yesterday afternoon irregular and locally strong showers occurred in the Region of Murcia, which discharged more than 50mm in areas of the south and west of the capital.
Meanwhile, in other areas it was not raining.
Today the day passes as expected, with cloudy intervals and some weak and isolated rain.
Late in the day, it could rain more in areas of the south of the region.
FORECAST FOR MORNING SATURDAY, DAY OF MAXIMUM INSTABILITY IN OUR AREA OF THE EPISODE
Tomorrow, Saturday, the most marked instability is expected to move south, with Andalusia and the Region of Murcia being the most affected areas.
From dawn to early morning, in the region, they can produce showers and storms locally strong and persistent, but they can be very strong in areas of the Guadalentín Valley, Lorca and Águilas, especially towards the west. Of the same.
The afternoon will be calmer and the squalls less generalized and intense.
We have activated the orange warning in our region for rain that can discharge 40mm / h and yellow for 60mm / 12h.
In the rest of the Region, yellow warning for 20mm / h and 60mm / 12h.
Yellow warning throughout the region due to storms.
Not all the models foresee these quantities, even the models on which the warnings are based consider a wide range of possibilities, but the risk of heavy rains is, so we must keep the population informed of the risks, because locally it could to rain more, but also less and not to register notable incidents.
On Sunday there will be occasional stormy showers, which may be locally strong, but less noticeable than those on Saturday.
Civil Protection recommends reading the following link , where a series of recommendations to be followed in these situations are detailed and a list of the most problematic points of our municipality appears before these situations.
Source: Protección Civil Totana