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Temperatures set to climb across the Canary Islands

The State Meteorological Agency forecasts a rise in temperatures across the Canary Islands, with clearer skies and breezy conditions expected in most areas.

The State Meteorological Agency (Aemet) forecasts a temperature increase across the Canary Islands this Monday. Thermometer readings will vary, with Santa Cruz de Tenerife experiencing a high of 27 degrees Celsius, and Santa Cruz de La Palma seeing a low of 20 degrees.


In the north of the islands, the skies will be mostly cloudy, though there will be some clearing during the midday hours. Meanwhile, the remainder of the regions will enjoy mostly clear or completely clear skies.

Temperatures set to climb across the Canary Islands

Temperature changes will be minimal, though there might be a slight increase, particularly in the midlands that face south. The wind will blow from the northeast, featuring strong bursts and a slight chance of very strong gusts on exposed slopes. Breezes will be more common along the southern and southwestern coasts of the mountainous islands.

In Las Palmas, the day will also start with predominantly cloudy skies in the north and the western parts of Lanzarote and Fuerteventura. Clear skies are expected to break through around the midday. Similar to the general forecast, temperatures in the south-facing midlands will either remain stable or slightly increase, with highs touching 24 degrees Celsius.

Temperatures set to climb across the Canary Islands

Winds from the north will be strong at times, with a small likelihood of extremely strong gusts on exposed slopes. The southern and southwestern coastal areas of Gran Canaria will mostly experience breezes.


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