The Canary Islands will not dodge the first heat wave, which will hit hard at the weekend

The meteorological models indicate that we are not going to get rid of the first heat wave of the summer in Spain.

From tomorrow, warm air will begin to enter from the Sahara and the thermometers will begin an escalation that could reach 40 degrees at the weekend in areas of the midlands and peaks.

The intense heat will remain until Tuesday, so be careful with the sun, no physical exercises and hydrate well to avoid scares.

The funny thing is that this suffocation that is announced comes preceded by cool weather, with some light rain and even fog. And after learning about the UN report on climate change this week.

The weather forecast for this Thursday in the province of Santa Cruz de Tenerife indicates that in the northeast there will be cloudy intervals with a low probability of occasional light rains in the middle of the morning or early morning, and wide clearings in central hours; while in the rest of the areas it will be slightly cloudy or clear, as reported by the State Meteorological Agency (Aemet).

As for the temperatures, they will suffer few changes or in slight ascent in high altitudes; The thermometers will oscillate between a maximum of 29 degrees in Tenerife and a minimum of 16 degrees on the island of El Hierro.

The wind will blow from the northeast component, being more intense on the southeast and west slopes in the afternoon with a predominance of the breeze regime on coasts oriented to the southwest.

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