In the Canary Islands, winds are expected to reach speeds of up to 70 km/h.
The State Meteorological Agency indicates in its weather report that Tenerife and Gran Canaria will experience coastal winds.
As the calima subsides, temperatures in the Canary Islands are anticipated to increase.
Simultaneously, the Canary Islands Government has issued a pre-alert status due to calima conditions on the islands.
Winds in the Canary Islands could also blow with very strong gusts.
The weather forecast in the Canary Islands for this Thursday, 15 February, according to the AEMET
In contrast to the typical winter temperatures in the Canary Islands, the forecast anticipated that the thermometers across the islands would register above 26 degrees Celsius on average.
According to the Spanish Meteorological Agency (AEMET), the weather forecast in the Canary Islands for Wednesday, February 14th, is as follows:
Maximum temperatures in the Canary Islands are expected to reach 26°C.
Starting at 10 am, the Plaza de España in Santa Cruz de La Palma will transform into Havana with the arrival of La Negra Tomasa and the Indianos.