Enormous waves up to six metres high battered buildings on the north coast of Tenerife on Sunday, with 39 people evacuated from their homes in Tacoronte. Yellow weather warnings remain in place across the archipelago for more stormy seas over the coming day.
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Meanwhile meteorological agency Aemet has issued a red weather warning for torrential rains and a risk of localised flash floods across parts of the Costa Blanca, with 180mm of rainfall forecast for today.
Weather where you are:
In Catalonia, Aemet has issued a yellow weather warning for heavy rains across parts of the region, after torrential rains brought over 20mm of rain per hour per square metre fall overnight.
Nationwide Weather warnings remain in place, with alerts remaining in places until the middle of the week.
People are being advised to remain cautious, and not to take unnecessary risks, and to be aware of the risk of flash flooding due to extremes of the weather.
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