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High temperatures return to Andalucía with four provinces on yellow alert

The mercury could hit 38 degrees this Monday, while Cadiz province is also on alert for rough seas and strong winds, up to 80 kilometres per hour

ALMUDENA NOGUÉS

Spain's national weather agency, Aemet, is warning that high temperatures will return to Andalucía this Monday, 6 September, and it has issued yellow alerts for four provinces in the region.

Specifically, the mercury is expected to soar, during this second week of September, in Almeria, Cordoba, Jaén and Seville, according to the forecast, with highs of up to 38 degrees expected.

In addition, Cadiz province, is also added to the weather warning map due to rough seas and strong winds that could reach 80 kilometres per hour.

In Malaga and on the Costa del Sol, a minimum temperature of 21 degrees is expected and a maximum of 30.

Looking ahead to Wednesday, Aemet expects the summer heat to return to Malaga. In the city, maximums of 32 degrees are expected with a minimum hovering around 22 degrees.