According to the State Meteorological Agency (Aemet), the heatwave in the Canary Islands is slowly subsiding. Today’s weather forecast suggests a partly cloudy sky with occasional high cloud cover and a chance of light haze.
Temperature-wise, there won’t be significant changes, with coastal and midland areas of El Hierro, La Gomera, and Tenerife potentially reaching 34 degrees Celsius, mainly on the eastern, southern, and western slopes. La Palma is expected to have temperatures ranging from 30 to 32 degrees Celsius.
The east winds will blow lightly to moderately, with slightly stronger gusts on the mountainous islands’ northern and southern slopes, as reported by Aemet.
In the Las Palmas province, Gran Canaria is likely to experience a slightly cloudy sky with high cloud intervals, primarily in the latter part of the day, along with the possibility of light haze.
Lanzarote and Fuerteventura are also expected to have partly cloudy skies with light haze dominating the weather conditions.
Temperature-wise, there won’t be significant changes, with midlands and western and southern slopes exceeding 34 degrees Celsius. Minimum temperatures are expected to remain around 24-25 degrees Celsius, except in high-altitude areas. In Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, maximum temperatures will range between 31 degrees Celsius and a minimum of 24 degrees Celsius.
The wind will be light to moderate, predominantly from the east, except around midday when it may shift slightly northeastward. Some stronger winds are anticipated on the northern and southern slopes, particularly in the late hours.
As the weather gradually cools down, residents and visitors can expect more comfortable conditions across the Canary Islands.