AEMET declares orange weather warnings on four islands until Wednesday
The State Meteorological Agency (AEMET) have extended some of the yellow weather warnings they activated yesterday, and have upgraded some to orange level alert until Wednesday.
The extended warnings are for gusts of wind and coastal phenomena that will affect all of the islands over the next 48 hours, with the exception of Fuerteventura, as follows:
There are yellow warnings declared for coastal phenomena in the north of the island until 12:00pm on Wednesday; gusts of wind up to 70 km/h in the east, south and west of the island throughout the day; and coastal phenomena in the east, south and west of the island until 11:59pm on Wednesday night.
Active yellow warnings for coastal phenomena and gusts of wind up to 80 km/h in the east, south and west of Gran Canaria throughout Wednesday.
There are yellow weather warnings for gusts of wind of up to 75 km/h until 6:00am on Wednesday morning.
There is an orange warning in the west of the island and at summits for gusts of wind up to 90 kilometres per hour. This alert will currently end at 6:00am on Wednesday, although it could be extended depending on tomorrows forecast. In the east and west of the island there are additional yellow warnings for coastal phenomena throughout Wednesday until 11:59pm.
Orange warnings for gusts of wind up to 90 kilometres per hour throughout the island ending at 6:00am on Wednesday morning. There are also yellow warnings for winds up to 80 km/h starting at 6:00am on Wednesday and ending at midnight.
Yellow warnings throughout the day for gusts of wind of up to 80 km/H throughout the island throughout the day and for coastal phenomena.
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