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The Canary Islands are expecting calima at high altitude areas

Occasional light rain is not ruled out on the islands with higher elevations.

The State Meteorological Agency (AEMET) has announced the entry of light calima in the Canary Islands, specifically at altitude, which will mainly affect the islands of Fuerteventura and Lanzarote starting tomorrow. This situation could continue until Thursday, when it could be felt on the surface.

As for the forecast for Tuesday, the skies will be cloudy with a predominance of clear skies in the north from midday onwards. Some precipitation, generally light and occasional, is not ruled out on the more mountainous islands.

Temperatures will remain the same as on previous days, except for a slight rise. In principle, they will range between 15 degrees Celsius minimum and 20 degrees Celsius maximum in the province of Santa Cruz de Tenerife.

The wind will blow from the northeast moderately to lightly, decreasing at the end of the day and turning to the north. The AEMET reports that breezes will prevail on the west and southwest coasts.

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