The State Meteorological Agency (Aemet) has revised its alerts for adverse weather conditions within the Canary Islands, with the issuance of orange and yellow warnings across the archipelago due to elevated temperatures.
Specifically, Tenerife has been placed under a yellow warning due to anticipated high temperatures in the metropolitan, eastern, southern, and western areas of the island, effective from 11:00 AM this Wednesday. The maximum temperatures are expected to range between 34 and 36 degrees Celsius, and in certain locations, they could even reach 37 degrees.
This warning will remain in effect for the following day as well, predominantly impacting the central areas in the west, south, and east of the island.
Moving to the remainder of the archipelago, Gran Canaria will experience an orange warning today, forecasting temperatures as high as 37 degrees. This will primarily influence the western, southern, and southeastern slopes of the island.
For Fuerteventura, La Gomera, and El Hierro, a yellow warning has been issued due to the potential of temperatures reaching up to 34 degrees.