This Wednesday will bring to the Canary Islands a new ‘meteorological stew’In other words, in terms of time, the Canarian citizen can expect “a little bit of everything”: drizzle, haze, heat, and even moderate to strong winds. For all this, tomorrow you will not need a coat in the Islands, but it will be convenient to have an umbrella at hand and shelter from the wind.
As confirmed by the State Meteorological Agency (Aemet) the forecast indicates that tomorrow the northeast of the islands of the western province will be cloudy, tending to cloudy intervals in central hours. Meanwhile, in the rest of the north coast there will also be cloudy intervals, and in the rest of the areas the sky will be slightly cloudy or clear.
The Aemet has also reported that there will be chance of drizzle in the northeast of these Islands at the end of the day and presence of calima in high layers that could affect peaks, tending to remit throughout the day.
Regarding temperatures, these will undergo little change in general, so the embarrassment that the Islands are going through these days has not yet ended. Thus, the minimums will be on a slight rise in the south and maximums on a slight decrease on peaks, and the thermometers will oscillate between the 28 degrees maximum in Tenerife and the minimum 19 degrees on the island of El Hierro.
The biggest inconvenience tomorrow will be the wind, which will blow from the northeast with fort intervals on slopes southeast and northwest. At high central peaks there will be a moderate to strong northwest wind and a predominance of breezes on the north and west coasts.