The coldest days of winter so far are on the way.

According to AEMET, the National Meteorology Office, tomorrow, Tuesday, January 24, and next Wednesday, January 25, will be the coldest in the province so far this winter, with a drop in the snow level of up to 600-800 meters above sea level. the sea level.

This week will begin with the arrival of a very cold and dry polar air mass from northern Europe, which will cause temperatures to drop between 1-3ºC below average for this time of year.

Although the sun will rise, the atmosphere will be freezing in many parts of the province of Malaga, especially in the first half of the week, when temperatures are expected to barely exceed 0ºC in the interior.

In fact, temperatures below zero are expected in the Serranía de Ronda, Antequera and the interior of the Axarquía, where temperatures could drop to -2ºC.

The icy weather will also reach the coastal municipalities of Malaga, although somewhat less perceptible due to the moderating effect of the sea.

The minimum temperatures will be around 6ºC degrees in Malaga city, and the maximum will oscillate between 14-15 degrees, similar to those of Marbella, Estepona and other coastal areas.

The snow level will drop between 600 and 800 meters above sea level, which could cause some snowfall on the tops of the mountains or in high areas of the Serranía de Ronda, Antequera and Axarquía Region.

On Thursday, January 26, the maximum temperatures will recover a bit, returning to a milder 17ºC in Malaga, Marbella and Vélez-Málaga; and around 9-10ºC in Ronda and Antequera.

However, the mercury will drop again on Friday, January 27, with temperatures below freezing before the weekend.

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