Overall, there will be much less rain this week and temperatures will start to rise again
This week could signal the beginning of the end of the rainy period we’ve had over the past two or three weeks in the Region of Murcia, although that doesn’t mean it won’t stop being dry and sunny.
However, throughout the week, showers will be less frequent and less severe, while temperatures will rise slightly, even reaching 30 degrees Celsius in the capital Murcia on Thursday. There are currently no weather warnings issued for this week in the Region after Monday, while there are also warnings for the neighboring provinces of Albacete and Alicante.
ABOVE Monday, June 5, the morning will be dry with clear skies, but there will be afternoon showers in Lorca, Mazarrón, Murcia and Alhama, as well as thunderstorms in Mula, Bullas and Caravaca de la Cruz, where there are storm warnings and Cumulative rainfall of up to 20 mm per hour has been issued. There may even be some hail in high-altitude areas.
Murcia weather forecast, Monday 5 June
Because Tuesday the 6th, the forecast is cloudy skies, occasional inland showers and fog in the morning. There will be winds from the east, mild inland and slightly stronger on the coast.
Murcia weather forecast, Tuesday 6 June
ABOVE Wednesday 7, the rains return, and it will be an overcast, dreary day – a perfect day to stay indoors. The winds won’t be strong, though, and Wednesday’s rains are not expected to cause the severe flash flooding we’ve seen over the past few weeks.
Murcia weather forecast, Wednesday 7 June
Thursday afternoon will be likely to be more light showers in the western half of the Region, from Cieza in the north to Águilas in the south, but much of the weather will start to dry out and temperatures will begin to steadily rise.
Minimum and maximum temperatures in Murcia, Thursday, June 8
Friday June 9 will yield a similar forecast, but by Saturday 10th and Sunday 11th we can expect clear, clear and sunny days with little chance of rain and daytime temperatures above 20 degrees Celsius or even breaking the 30 degrees Celsius threshold in Murcia and San Javier.
After the intense floods we’ve experienced recently, this could be the turning point and the beginning of what many will feel like summer.
Minimum and maximum temperatures in Murcia this week