The State Meteorological Agency (AEMET) has issued advisories for the northern shores and the Canary Islands due to potential wind or coastal disturbances this Tuesday. While the northern third is set to experience rainfalls, the remainder of Spain anticipates a chilly yet sunny climate. Here’s a detailed outlook for today’s weather across the Canary archipelago:
Weather in the province of Santa Cruz de Tenerife
Today’s forecast suggests overcast skies in the northern parts of the islands, with chances of light and sporadic rain in the morning. The rest of the islands will see intervals of cloudiness.
Temperature levels will mostly stay consistent, though a minor decrease in the maximum temperature is anticipated for Tenerife. The temperature will range from highs of 25 degrees in Tenerife and La Gomera to lows of 19 degrees in La Palma and El Hierro.
A moderate to strong northeast wind is expected, intensifying on the northwest and southeast slopes of the islands. In the peaks of La Palma and around El Paso, very strong wind gusts are predicted in the latter half of the day.
Weather in the province in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria
For Gran Canaria, the forecast for this Tuesday, 7th November, predicts cloudy conditions in the north with possible light rain before noon, especially in the highlands. The afternoon should bring lighter cloud coverage, particularly in the southwest.
In Lanzarote and Fuerteventura, expect variable cloudiness clearing to mostly sunny by the late afternoon, as noted by AEMET.
Temperatures will remain fairly stable or may see a slight drop on the southwest slope. Las Palmas de Gran Canaria will experience temperatures between a maximum of 24ºC and a minimum of 20ºC.
Winds from the northeast will be moderate to strong, more vigorous on the northwest and southeast slopes and in highland areas exposed to the trade winds. The summits will face very strong gusts in the latter part of the day, though such gusts are not discounted at other times. Lighter breezes are forecasted along the southwest coasts.