Miguel storm hits Spain and Galicia this june 2019
All newspapers talk about the storm Miguel for a few days back on this atypical storm formed in the Atlantic Ocean.
Fast start for this storm on the North Atlantic
Unlike the classic storms, Miguel was formed with a lightning speed, there is also talk of an explosive storm.
Galicia is on orange weather alert for a strong episode of wind this June 6th. Also note intense and continuous rains that are forecast on the direction and near the storm.
The storm will lick the coasts with winds that should remain around 100 km / h (Galicia, south Ouest of France) then loose energy advancing to the north of France and south England.
Galicia call to the prudence
In Galicia in the afternoon of Thursday, June 6, 2019, all outdoor activities are prohibited and parks closed, including extra-curricular and school activities.
Rainfall is expected in a few hours up to 60 L of water per m2 on the coast.
The activities at sea are prohibited because we expect the swell around 8 meters high.
All alerts will normally be lifted in Galicia from the midday of Friday, June 7, 2019, with even a clear improvement of the weather conditions as of Saturday, June 8, 2019.
Asturias and Castilla-y-Leon in Orange and warning
The coast of Asturias is also alert waves and strong winds until Friday, June 7, 2019.
Part of Castile-Leon and Asturias is also in alert intense rain.
Where storm Miguel go
Although it will cause winds at 100 km / h on its trajectory and in the lands of Galicia, the position of Miguel is well north of Galicia and goes first to French Brittany and then to the southern coast of England this week end of 8 and 9 June 2019.
With vague submersion and wind warnings along the French coast to predict.