Temperatures in the shade of 34º+ Dust and Heat advisory warnings for Sunday on The Canary Islands
The Spanish State Meteorological Agency (AEMET) have issued yellow advisory warnings for high temperatures on the islands of Tenerife, Gran Canaria and Fuerteventura, expected this Sunday.
According to AEMET, maximum temperatures in the shade of 34ºC are expected, it is always hotter in direct sunlight. On Gran Canaria and Tenerife, this will affect inland areas of the southeast, the south and western slopes, while on Fuerteventura inland areas, especially the southern half, will be affected.
These temperatures are far from those experienced this weekend on the Mainland Peninsula, where the heat wave maximums will reach 45ºC over the next few days in some areas of the south and inland.
The mass of North African hot air, responsible for the high temperatures, is blowing from the Sahara, so will be accompanied by a new episode of Calima haze, which will affect both the Peninsula and the Canary Islands, although it is expected to reach the islands by Saturday and intensify on Sunday.
Saharan dust intrusion in the coming days that will affect Iberian Peninsula, Maghreb, western Sahel, Cabo Verde and Canary islands. Find more forecast products here: https://t.co/TbIaux5Dhk and our probability maps: https://t.co/2qDUU6GX9T pic.twitter.com/KfkTW9TbNu
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