SPAIN will see several days of even lower temperatures than it is already experiencing, as a weather front approaches from the Atlantic and a storm called Hannelore arrives.

Mercury plummeted in the first weeks of the year thanks to storms Gerard and Fien, and conditions are expected to be warmer.

But the situation has changed, according to the state meteorology agency AEMET, and the thermometers will not rise until the end of this week.

On Monday night temperatures of up to -13ºC were recorded in Cerler, in the Spanish Pyrenees, and -18ºC in Aneto, which is the highest peak in the same sierra.

However, the cold air that passes over the Iberian Peninsula has very little humidity, which means that snow is unlikely in most of Spain.

Rain is forecast in the Balearic Islands, which will fall as snow from 500 meters above sea level. Particularly heavy rains are also likely in the north of the island of Mallorca, according to Spanish press reports.

There is also a probability of snow in some areas of the Valencia and Murcia regions above 300 to 600 meters of altitude, as well as storms and hail.

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