Andalucia Temperatures To Hit 40c This Week

Andalucia Temperatures To Hit 40c This Week – inland towns will see the hottest weather, with coastal areas enjoying temperatures in the mid 30s

Andalucia Temperatures To Hit 40c This Week

The national weather agency AEMET has warned of a heat wave which will reach Andalucia this week.  Temperatures in inland areas, including Seville and Cordoba, are going to hit 40c around Thursday.  Coastal towns like Marbella and Malaga will experience temperatures of around 35c in the middle of the week.


Beaches are expected to be bustling with holidaymakers and locals enjoying the great weather.  However, animal protection charities are reminding us to make sure that pets have plenty of fresh water and air during the summer months.  Tina volunteers for a Costa Del Sol animal shelter, she says “we all enjoy the great weather but it can be a nightmare for animals if they aren’t properly looked after.  Remember to leave lots of fresh water for cats and dogs, make sure they have access to shade, and never leave animals in cars”.

Written by Dave James

Published: 08.06.2017

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