Forecast says temperatures will go down sharply

The weatherman has warned that more bad weather is on the way, and snow above 500 metres can be expected from Friday. The week started with temperatures which were not too low, with a minimum of 11.2ºC recorded at Palma's Son Sant Joan airport on Sunday night. Yesterday's highest temperature was 13ºC but it will get worse as the week progresses. Agustí Jansà, the director of the Balearic Meteorology Centre, said that temperatures will go down and there will be storms, with snow above 500 metres in the Balearics. January will end on a cold note. The lowest temperature of the month was -3ºC, recorded at the airport on January 14. Yesterday's rain was not heavy and no downpours are expected today, but clouds will begin to build up towards the end of the day. Matters will take a downturn on Wednesday, when there will be light to moderate downpours, occasionally stormy, and snow above 1'000 metres. For Thursday, the prediction is for snow at 800 metres, and there will be strong winds in the Balearics on Thursday and Friday, accompanied by a drop in temperatures. Jansà said that temperatures have fluctuated considerably this month. “There have been cold days, normal for the time of year, and others with a higher temperature such as yesterday's 13ºC,” he said.

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