Rough conditions in Cala San Vicente three years ago.

09-12-2014Alejandro Sepúlveda

Aemet has assigned a name to a storm for the first time. Cyclone Ana, says the met agency, is a very intense storm that will reach the north coast of Spain tomorrow (Sunday) and affect a large part of the mainland and the Balearics.

Rainfall in areas of the mainland is forecast to exceed 100 millimetres per hour. This rainfall is expected to be more dispersed and weaker along the Valencia and Murcia coasts and in the Balearics. Winds are predicted to be up to 100 kilometres per hour, and these are due to affect the Balearics, producing very rough coastal conditions in parts of the islands.

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Jimmy w / Hace 5 months

I would go next week regardless of the weather as I'm off work for the week. However there's no local airport with flights and the apartment I usually stay in is now not available. These are the main problem with winter tourism not the weather.

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Henry James / Hace 5 months

"It's better in winter" I think I will stick to my nice cozy,centrally heated bungalow.

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