HOT HOT HOT: The Canary Islands is the hottest place in Spain at 32.3 degrees
The unusually high temperatures for the time of year are continuing in the Canary Islands, as the archipelago recorded the highest temperature in Spain yesterday (Tuesday) at 32.3°C, according to the records of the State Meteorological Agency (AEMET).
In fact, the ten highest temperatures in Spain were recorded in the Canary Islands yesterday, with the La Dama weather station in Vallehermoso (La Gomera) achieving the highest, and the sixth lowest was measured at the Las Cañadas del Teide station (Tenerife) of 1.5°C at 6:10am.
The highest temperatures were as follows:
La Dama: 32.3°C
La Aldea de San Nicolás: 31.1°C
San Sebastián de La Gomera: 31.0°C
Tasarte (La Aldea): 30.2°C
La Graciosa: 29.9 C
Lanzarote airport: 29.6°C
Puerto Mogán: 29.1°C
San Cristóbal (Las Palmas): 29.1°C