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Rain returns to the Canary Islands this Thursday

The weather forecast for the Canary Islands for this Thursday, 7th March, indicates the return of rain to the region.

The weather forecast for today indicates that there will be cloudy intervals with rainfall, especially in the north of the islands during the second half of the day. In contrast, the rest of the areas will experience relatively little cloud cover.

Temperatures will remain relatively stable along the coasts but may slightly decrease inland, particularly in higher areas. Thermometers are expected to range between a maximum of 23 degrees Celsius and a minimum of 18 degrees Celsius in Santa Cruz de Tenerife, with minimums of 17 degrees Celsius in both Santa Cruz de La Palma and San Sebastián de La Gomera.

The wind will predominantly blow from the north, with increased intensity on the eastern and north-western slopes of the mountainous islands, according to information from the State Meteorological Agency (Aemet).

Rain returns to the Canary Islands this Thursday

Looking at this Thursday, March 7, the weather forecast for the north of Gran Canaria predicts predominantly cloudy skies with showers, especially in the midlands during the latter part of the day. Conversely, the rest of the island is expected to have generally clear conditions with intervals of clouds from the afternoon onwards, with occasional light rain possible in the south during the late hours.

On Lanzarote and Fuerteventura, cloudy intervals are anticipated with a low probability of occasional light showers in the north during the latter part of the day, primarily in the north and west, as reported by the State Meteorological Agency (Aemet).

Temperatures are forecasted to remain relatively stable, with a slight decrease in maximums in the midlands and west-facing peaks, and a slight increase in the east and southwest. In Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, the maximum temperature is expected to range between 23ºC, with a minimum of 17ºC.

Regarding the wind, it will predominantly blow from the north, with increased intensity on southeast and west slopes as well as exposed summits in the early hours.

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