Here is the 4-day forecast for the south of Gran Canaria.

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Temperatures can vary wildly between north and south of the island, as they can between shade and direct sunlight. All temperatures here are predicted in the shade, so remember that direct sunlight can be up to 10˚ higher and that you should always wear sun screen…


Atlantic Satellite


Morphed composite of total precipitable water:


Latest AEMET Radar Image:


Latest Visible:

Courtesy of Sat24 & EUMETSAT

Latest Infra Red:

Courtesy of Sat24 & EUMETSAT

Water Temperatures:

Courtesy of AEMET

Geo-Stationary Longwave Infrared – Surface, clouds:

Courtesy of METEOSAT PRIME & SSEC University of Wisconsin-Madison

Saharan Air Layer (Calima) Tracking

Courtesy of Cooperative Institute for Meteorological Satellite Studies, METEOSAT PRIME & SSEC University of Wisconsin-Madison, NOAA HRD

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