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Canary Islands: anticipating high temperatures and calima

Tenerife and La Gomera will experience the most pronounced increase in temperatures in the Canary Islands.

The weather forecast for the Canary Islands today indicates that it will be partly cloudy or clear, with some cloudy periods expected along the northern coasts and midlands during the early morning and late afternoon. There is a possibility of light high-altitude haze, as reported by the State Meteorological Agency (Aemet).


Temperatures are expected to increase slightly to moderately, with more significant rises anticipated in the midlands and on the higher peaks of the islands with greater elevation. Local temperatures may reach up to 30 degrees Celsius in the midlands and on the south and west coasts, particularly on Tenerife and La Gomera.

Wind conditions will be light and variable in inland areas, while the extreme northwest and southeast regions can expect moderate northeasterly winds. At higher elevations, a light predominantly easterly wind will prevail.

Canary Islands: anticipating high temperatures and calima.

In the province of Las Palmas, the weather will be mostly clear with minimal cloud cover, though some cloudy intervals may occur along the northern coasts and midlands during the early morning and late afternoon. Similar to the other region, there is a chance of light high-altitude haze, according to the State Meteorological Agency (Aemet).

Temperatures are forecasted to rise slightly to moderately, with more notable increases expected in the midlands and on the summits of Gran Canaria. It is possible that temperatures may locally reach 30 degrees Celsius in the midlands and on the south and west coasts of the islands. Generally, thermometers will range from a maximum of 27 degrees Celsius to a minimum of 20 degrees Celsius.

Wind conditions will be light and variable in inland areas, while the extreme northwest and southeast regions can expect moderate northeasterly winds. On the summits, there will be a light easterly wind prevailing.


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