A chill in the air and more Calima

December 28, 2016 in News, Weather by The Canary

Wednesday has started a little cloudy, with a range of mid-altitude cloud keeping the sunshine at bay. Calima which arrived at the beginning of the week continues and has looked like it is starting to clear. However AEMET, the Spanish State Meteorological Agency, have issued a Yellow Advisory for dust in the air on both Thursday and Friday, with strong winds also being warned of on Friday

weather-mogan-chart-281216Temperatures little changed. East and Southeast winds of 25 to 35 km/h, more intense to the south and east (including the Capital), where gusts could exceed 50 km/h at points; the northwest coast will see variable loose wind in general.

Thursday is expected to start slightly cloudy. Calima continuing and possibly intensifying again. Temperatures little changed. East and Southeast winds 25 to 35 km/h, gusting to 60 km/h

Temperatures will continue at between 14º and 20ºC, though may occasionally feel chilly without direct sunlight.

Yellow Advisories for dust in the air expected to last until the weekend, with strong gusts expected on Friday.

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