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Weather agency highlights trade wind impact in the Canary Islands this Friday

This Friday, the Canary Islands are set to experience stable temperatures and moderate trade winds, with occasional cloudy intervals and minimal rainfall, according to Aemet's latest forecast.

The State Meteorological Agency (Aemet) reports that this Friday, the Canary Islands will experience mostly clear skies with occasional cloud intervals that are unlikely to produce significant rainfall.


The weather forecast suggests a small chance of light drizzle in the northern midlands, particularly in the northeast, during the early morning hours, followed by widespread clearing in the afternoon.

Weather agency highlights trade wind impact in the Canary Islands this Friday

Temperature fluctuations will be minimal, with Santa Cruz de Tenerife expecting a high of 25 degrees Celsius and El Hierro seeing a low of 15 degrees Celsius.

Winds are expected to be moderate overall, predominantly from the trade winds direction, with strong gusts occurring in the southeast and extreme northwest areas. Inland areas and several island coasts will experience lighter westerly winds, while breezes are expected on the southwest coasts.

Weather agency highlights trade wind impact in the Canary Islands this Friday

Marine conditions around the islands will include northeast or north winds ranging from force 4 to 6, with a swell or strong swell depending on the location, and a north swell measuring between 1 to 2 metres.


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