The heat in the Canary Islands has become evident over the last few days. After a few days with rainfall, temperatures have risen considerably, something which, according to the Aemet, will begin to change from tomorrow.
The weather forecast for this Sunday in the province of Santa Cruz de Tenerife indicates that there will be cloudy intervals in the northeast, with light cloudy skies predominating during the central hours of the day; and in the rest, lightly cloudy or clear, except for cloudy intervals on the southern and eastern slopes from midday, according to the State Meteorological Agency (Aemet).
Temperatures will suffer a slight drop, more pronounced in higher areas, and thermometers will range between 29 degrees maximum in Tenerife and 17 degrees minimum on the island of El Hierro.
The wind will blow from the north with light intervals, occasionally stronger in the northeast and in the extreme northwest. On central peaks, the wind will be westerly. Breezes on the north and west coasts.
In the province of Las Palmas, the forecast highlights that there will be cloudy intervals in the north of Gran Canaria, with light cloudy skies predominating during the central hours of the day; and in the rest, lightly cloudy or clear in general.
According to Aemet, in Lanzarote and Fuerteventura there will be partly cloudy or clear skies in the southernmost areas; and in the rest there will be cloudy intervals, with partly cloudy skies during the central hours of the day.
Temperatures will be slightly lower, more marked in higher areas. In Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, temperatures will range between 26 degrees Celsius and 22 degrees Celsius.
Finally, the wind will be northerly, decreasing at the summits; more intense on the eastern and western slopes; and with breezes on the north and south coasts.