Soria province is comprised among the mild climate due to its clear difference between seasons. It has a Mediterranean climate due to its dry summer, but with a continental hint due to it´s cold winters and mild summers. It´s the so-called Mediterranean interior climate, similar to that on the northern sub plateu in the Castilla y Leon region.
Winter weather. The Azores high pressure area is far away, at lower latitudes, and the most influent factor is the European high-pressure area, reinforced by the winterly anticyclone of the plateau, due to the height and interior isolation. Cold air masses prevail, stable and dry weather. Skies are clear and bright, with frequent frost at night, responsible of the duration and crudity of the Soria winter.
Autumn and spring weather. During the equinox the low-pressure systems from the polar front enter our province from the west. The weather is variable and rainy, but the altitude and inner isolation reinforce the winter anticyclone, the cold weather persists and the spring is very short (May-June).
Summer weather. The Azores anticyclone penetrates from the south, displacing the polar front out of the peninsula. The prevailing weather is stable, warm and dry. The altitude prevents high temperatures in summer. The summer heat is reduced in the mountain chain and the possibility of convective rain is incremented.
Temperatures in the region belong to the continental type, with great variation between summer and winter.
Winter is extreme, long and hard. Main temperatures between November and March hardly exceed 10º C nor 5º C during December, January and February. Night frost during autumn and spring often impede working the land.
In July and August only the lower areas reach 22º C. Summers are short and mild.
The thermal variation during mild summers (21-22º C) and cold winters (2-3º C) is quite high.
Soria climate is dry as well as cold.
Annual precipitation distribution is characterized by a minimum of downfall in summer, or summer drought, which is a typical sign of the Mediterranean climate.
Maximum downfall corresponds with spring (May-June) and Autumn (October-November).
Emergency landing fields
Standard AESA form for the COORDINATION AGREEMENT BETWEEN RESTRICTED USE INFRASTRUCTURES AND RPAS OPERATORS, mandatory for the operation of drones within the safety area of our aerodrome.
Please return the form to us duly completed and signed by email firstname.lastname@example.org or in person at our offices, at the address at the bottom of the page. (* If you use the digital signature to sign your PDF please remember NOT TO BLOCK the document after signing it, otherwise we will not be able to return the signed document to you). Upon receipt it will be reviewed to ensure that the proposed flight does not conflict with flights operated from this facility and how it may affect air operations in the area and we will return it to you signed by the operations manager so that you can certify the coordination of your flight with this aerodrome. The whole process usually takes between 24-48 hours.
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