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Significant weather shift in the Canary Islands: temperatures to fall tomorrow

The highest temperature in the Canary Islands, reaching 27 degrees, is expected to be in La Gomera.

As the week progresses, the significant weather change in the Canary Islands continues, with a forecast of rain for the weekend. Tomorrow’s weather forecast for the Canary Islands, provided by the State Meteorological Agency (Aemet), predicts mostly clear skies with some morning cloud cover and increased cloudiness in the afternoon. By the end of the day, it’s expected to turn into cloudy intervals.

Temperatures are set to experience a slight to moderate decrease. The highest temperature will be 27 degrees in San Sebastian de La Gomera, while the lowest is expected to be 17 degrees in Santa Cruz de La Palma.

The wind will be light and variable, predominantly from the northeast with breezes. On the summits, the wind will pick up in the afternoon, becoming light to moderate from the northwest.

Significant weather shift in the Canary Islands: temperatures to fall tomorrow

In Gran Canaria, the skies will be partly cloudy, especially in the lower northern areas during the morning, shifting to cloudy intervals in the north and inland areas by the end of the day. Lanzarote and Fuerteventura will also see mostly clear skies, tending to become cloudier towards the end of the day.

Temperatures will slightly decline, potentially more so in the midlands and southern coasts. In Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, temperatures will range between a maximum of 24ºC and a minimum of 18ºC.

The wind will blow moderately from the northeast on the coasts, occasionally becoming strong in the west and southeast during the latter half of the day, and from the north-northwest in the midlands and summits. Breezes will prevail on the southwest coasts.

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