The number of occurrences is mainly related to trees falling (901 incidents), flooding (494), road cleaning (334), falling structures (302) and mass movements (60).

"The most affected districts were, above all, those on the coast, from Braga to Setúbal, and then also in the interior of Santarém and Viseu in Portalegre", said Commander José Costa, from the National Emergency and Civil Protection Authority (ANEPC), to Lusa.

These operations involved 7,896 workers from the various Civil Protection agents, supported by 2,737 land resources.

According to Commander José Costa, the night and dawn of today were "a lot calmer".

“We had no record of any significant occurrence. Of all these occurrences, the subsidence of National Road 242 in Nazaré is still being resolved,” he added.

On Friday, the National Emergency and Civil Protection Authority triggered the yellow alert, the third most serious of a scale of five, due to adverse weather that will be active until 23:59 today.

The Portuguese Institute of the Sea and Atmosphere (IPMA) forecasts for today on the continent light precipitation until early afternoon, with occasional strong gusts of wind in the highlands of the Centre and South, and a drop in temperature.