A windy Wednesday in most parts of the Canary Islands
The strong winds will continue during the first half of the day today on the summits and east and west slopes of the mountainous islands, where they could reach 70 km/h, according to the forecast of the State Meteorological Agency (Aemet) although there are no longer any weather warnings in place.
Their forecast shows that it will be cloudy in the north of Tenerife, La Palma, La Gomera, and El Hierro at the beginning and the end of the day, with less cloud in-between. There is also a chance of some weak or scattered showers during the first half of the day. In the rest of the areas of these islands, less cloud is expected.
Maximum temperatures will drop slightly in the south of the islands with a maximum of 22°C forecast in south Tenerife, and a minimum of 12°C in El Hierro.
The wind will be moderate to strong from the northeast, with gusts up to 70 km/h during the early morning, mainly on the summits, and the extreme northwest and east slopes, causing adverse sea conditions. On southwest coasts, there will only be breezes.
The province of Las Palmas:
Aemet forecasts that in the north of Gran Canaria there will be cloudy skies and some weak, scattered, and occasional rain, mainly in the first half of the day; while in Lanzarote and Fuerteventura there will only be light clouds getting more intense in the second half of the day.
As for the temperatures, they will experience few changes with a slight rise in the maximums at summits; with a maximum of 20°C and a minimum of 17°C.
The wind will be moderate to strong from the northeast, with gusts up to 70 km/h during the early morning, mainly on the summits, and slopes to the east and the west, causing rough seas with swell and waves on these coasts. On the south coasts, there will only be breezes.