Portugal: All regions in yellow zones until Wednesday

According to the country’s meteorological agency IPMA, due to the continued low minimum temperature, all areas of the Portuguese mainland have been in a yellow warning state from Monday to Wednesday. The yellow notification will be valid until 12 pm. on Wednesday. 

 

On Monday, the minimum temperature will fluctuate between -3 degrees Celsius in Bragança and Guarda and 3 degrees Celsius in Faro and Lisbon. The maximum temperature varies between 3 degrees in Guarda and 14 degrees in Faro. According to IPMA, whenever certain activities are at risk, a yellow warning will be issued based on weather conditions. 

 

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he institute expects that, in addition to the continuous cold weather, Monday will be clear over the mainland, with clear weather, freezing or frost, especially internal ice, a slight drop in the minimum temperature in the northern and central coastal areas, and a rise in the northern hemisphere . The largest in the Algarve.

The forecast also pointed out that the north/northeast winds are weak or moderate, sometimes strong northeast winds in highlands, and wind gusts up to 80 kilometers per hour until the end of the morning.

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