Two Days Of Torrential Rain

Two Days Of Torrential Rain – a cold front has hit the Costa Del Sol

Two Days Of Torrential Rain

Weather experts are predicting Two Days Of Torrential Rain on the Costa Del Sol as a cold front has hit the area.  Beginning this morning, the rain is expected to lead to thunder storms and fork lightning on Thursday.

Dry Summer

The Costa Del Sol has experienced a particularly dry summer in 2016, with reservoir levels running low and suggestions of a hosepipe ban being brought into place.  This period of heavy rain is being welcomed by farmers and water resource management departments as reservoir levels will rise between now and the weekend.

Flooding

There is always a risk of localised flooding on the Costa Del Sol during periods of heavy rain.  If this affects flights at Malaga airport, you can see the latest schedules and live updates here.  Local roads may be also be affected.  You can tune into 93.6 Global Radio for travel news, or see our interactive travel map here.

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Written by Dave James 

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Two Days Of Torrential Rain
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