The weather is turbulent in the Canary Islands: the rains arrive but the heat does not go away

Time is scrambled. It was to be expected that with the arrival of September the chance of rain in the Canary Islands but it was also predicted that the maximum temperatures would drop, even a little. Nevertheless, the heat is reluctant to leave for now and what there is is a troubled and embarrassing time.

Specifically, the weather forecast for tomorrow indicates that in the north of the Islas de la Tenerife province It will be cloudy with the probability of occasional light rains, mainly during the early morning, and in the rest it will be slightly cloudy with cloudy intervals in the afternoon.

As reported by the State Meteorological Agency (Aemet), the temperatures will suffer little change and the thermometers will oscillate between the maximum 28 degrees in Tenerife and the minimum 18 degrees in the island of El Hierro.

The wind will blow from the northeast light to moderate.

Refering to province of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, it is indicated that in the north of Gran Canaria it will be cloudy with the probability of occasional light rains, mainly during the first and last hours; and in the rest, slightly cloudy with cloudy intervals in the afternoon, which may lead to some precipitation.

In the case of the islands of Lanzarote and Fuerteventura, it will also be cloudy with the probability of weak rains in the first and last hours, being slightly cloudy with cloudy intervals in the afternoon in the rest of the areas with some precipitation, according to the State Meteorological Agency ( Aemet).

As for the temperatures, they will be with little change. In Las Palmas de Gran Canaria the thermometer will show a minimum of 22ºC and a maximum of 27ºC.

For its part, with respect to the wind, it will generally blow from the northeast to moderately weak on the three islands of the province.

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