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Calima recedes, yet the heat persists in the Canary Islands

While calima will be gradually departing, temperatures in the Canary Islands could soar to highs of 32 degrees.

Today’s weather forecast suggests generally clear skies with some high-altitude calima expected, which will diminish by the afternoon, as per the State Meteorological Agency (Aemet).

There’s a minor to moderate increase anticipated in temperatures, with a chance of them hitting 30-32 degrees, especially in the southern and western regions of the islands.

Expect light, variable winds with a tendency towards breezes. In higher terrain and midland areas, a moderate easterly wind is predicted.

Calima recedes, yet the heat persists in the Canary Islands

In Gran Canaria, the day will be clear with minor calima, clearing up by the afternoon. In Lanzarote and Fuerteventura, expect clear conditions with occasional high clouds in the morning and diminishing light calima as the day progresses.

Temperature changes include a slight decrease at higher elevations and an increase along the northern coasts. Temperatures are expected to reach 30-32ºC on the southern, western, and northern slopes, with a local possibility of soaring up to 34ºC. In Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, temperatures will range from a high of 29ºC to a low of 24ºC.

Winds will be easterly, light on the coasts and more moderate in midland and summit areas.

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