The cyclone on Thursday will be centered to the north of Spain, so perhaps the rain will develop much like yesterday's event, i.e., a band of moderate rain passing through in the morning, tapering off to showers in the afternoon. So, not the more powerful system I envisioned earlier. The main difference with this storm will be that it will usher in still cooler air...with morning minima sinking below the 10 degree mark, even at low elevations.
Following so closely on the heels of yesterday's storm, the accumulated precipitation between the two will be substantial. The reservoirs will begin to fill and the land begin to green. So, good news for those that dislike drought!
After Thursday, however, it looks like a return to dry, fair weather, through at least Monday.