Temperatures fall with a spot of rain in the Canaries

October 28, 2014 in Weather by The Canary

Raining over the sea (CC BY 2.0) Flickr-er Guiri

Raining over the sea (CC BY 2.0) Flickr-er Guiri

It would appear a spot more autumnal rain is due in The Canary Islands today.  The Spanish State Meteorological Agency AEMET have warned of rain from Tuesday afternoon on the islands that could be heavy at times in some localisties with snow expected to fall on Tenerife’s mount Teide. Temperatures are set to drop with predominantly north westerly winds.

Check out the latest forecast and satellite imagery for Gran Canaria and The Canary Islands on our Weather page (TheCanarynews.com/Weather)

Weather-chart-2810Minimum temperatures are expected to reach 22ºC in Las Palmas and 21º in Santa Cruz de Tenerife, with maximums of 26º and 29º, respectively.

At sea north winds of force 3 are expected to dominated veering to northwesterly force 4 with areas of swell to the north and waves of 1-2 meters.

Over the next few days, AEMET expect cloudy skies with a chance of weak showers, mainly on the north of the islands, temperatures will remain as today perhaps dropping slightly with weak northerly winds.

Gran Canaria is predicted to see cloudy spells today and a fair chance of precipitation generally weak and in the north, and possibly in the south by the afternoon. Temperatures will drop, most significantly in the midlands and highlands, with coastal temperatures ranging between 20º and 28ºC.

Loose winds from the north; expected to be more intense on the east and west coasts, ranging between 20 and 35 km / h; on the summits, gradually turning northwest to loose.

Minimum and Maximum TEMPERATURE FORECAST:

Las Palmas 22º – 26º

Maspalomas 15º – 24º

Puerto Rico 20º – 28º

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