The Community of Madrid has activated this Wednesday the alert level 1 or precaution In Temperature to high temperatures in the region, after the high risk alert was in force on Tuesday, while the State Meteorological Agency (AEMET) maintains the level of low risk in the community. See the weather in your city. See the weather in your city.
The Community of Madrid is experiencing one of the hottest summers in recent years. According to the State Meteorological Agency, during the next week an average maximum temperature of 33.2o Celsius will be reached in the central hours of the day and a minimum of 19.1o at night.
For this reason, the precautionary level has been activated, which is defined based on the temperatures forecast for the current day, the following four days and also the actual temperature of the previous day, which was 38 degrees.
The Environmental Health Risk Surveillance System forecasts a maximum temperature of 38.3 degrees for this Wednesday, for days 7 and 8 of 33, for days 9 of 34 and for days 10 of 36.3, as specified. on the website of the Community of Madrid.
According to the AEMET forecast, this Wednesday there are four provinces at significant risk due to high maximum temperatures, since they may reach 40 degrees, while 21 are at low risk, including Madrid, since the thermometer may reach the 36 and 38 degrees.
This situation, if it continues for too long, can trigger negative effects on the health of the people of Madrid. Weakness, fatigue, headache, lack of appetite, insomnia or cramps are just some of the symptoms caused by high temperatures and that negatively affect the quality of life of citizens.
Tips for a heat wave
Faced with this heat wave, the Community of Madrid has disseminated these tips to avoid health
problems on these hot August days:
- Avoid great physical efforts, especially in the hottest hours.
- Drink plenty of fluids, but avoid alcoholic beverages.
- During very hot days, cool off whenever you need to.
- Protect yourself from direct exposure to the sun, and if you have to, try to avoid the central hours of the day.
- Stay as long as possible in cool, shaded or heated places.
- Wear light, light and breathable clothing. Protect your head with hats or the like.
- Keep in mind that high temperatures especially affect children, the elderly and the chronically ill, consult your doctor.
- Never leave children or the elderly inside a closed vehicle.
- Use moisturizers and sunscreens to avoid burns.
The urbanization works of Los Ceros will start in June
Friday, January 28, 2022
The urbanization works of Los Cerros start in June in a green development that “flees from the bedroom city concept”
The first urbanization works of Los Cerros, within the Developments of the Southeast, will start in June in a bid to allocate 170 of its 500 hectares to green spaces, “fleeing from the bedroom city concept”, where some 40,000 people will live with the forecast of 14,000 homes, of which 7,000 will have some type of protection in an area that will generate 15,000 direct and indirect jobs.
The Urban Development delegate of the Madrid City Council, Mariano Fuentes, and the president of the Compensation Board, Alejandro Fernández Días, signed this Friday at the College of Architects the management agreement for Los Cerros on “an important day”, as both have coincided. The deputy mayor, Begoña Villacís, was also present at the signing.
“The day has finally come,” began the president of the Compensation Board of a 500-hectare area in the Vicálvaro district, adjacent to the future neighborhood of El Cañaveral, Rivas, Coslada and San Fernando de Henares.
“With Los Cerros the eastern areas are crowned”
“With Los Cerros the eastern areas are crowned”, highlighted the representative of the private owners, after recalling that the first Partial Plan proposal dates back to 1998, that is, 24 years had to pass before the management agreement was signed.
The accent has been placed on the fact that the development is part of the green ring of the southeast, with the Cerro de la Herradura as a great enclave and included in the Metropolitan Forest, the 75 green kilometers that will surround Madrid. 40 percent of the total area of Los Cerros will be green, 170 hectares that will help reduce CO2 emissions, he stressed.
“We are committed to unlocking these developments”
“We promised to unblock these developments”, recalled the Urban Development delegate, after recalling that the first meeting held