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A light spring calima promises some Saharan dust and rising temperatures

A light spring calima promises some Saharan dust and rising temperatures

Clear skies across the Canary Islands this Tuesday, with temperatures rising and weak to moderate winds bringing a light calima during the afternoon reports Spanish State Meteorological Agency AEMET.

The warm air and dust from our continental neighbours will likely remain through Wednesday, although the AEMET have not judged the temperature change or particle count to be worthy of any advisory warnings.

Maximum temperatures on the north of Gran Canaria look set to reach 22ºC in the shade in Las Palmas, with minimums of around 17ºC, and top temperatures in the south hitting 28º today and 30º+ on Wednesday.

Weak to moderate winds from the northeast are expected up to around force 3 or 4 out to sea occasionally stronger in some areas with some swell, and waves of about ​​2 to 3 meters high.

Light coastal breezes in the south

 

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