A storm to the west of the Peninsula will leave rains all week in the Canary Islands


Rains in the Canary Islands.

Rains in the Canary Islands.
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Tenerife and Lanzarote will be on a yellow warning this Wednesday (risk) for rains that could leave up to 15 liters per square meter in an hour, as reported by the State Meteorological Agency (Aemet).

In Tenerife, the yellow notice will be active from 3:00 p.m. to 12:00 a.m. rainfall that will especially affect the midlands from the La Orotava valley to Anaga.

In the case of Lanzarote, the warning will last until 9:00 p.m. due to the probability of weak rainfall locally moderate, without ruling out that they may be accompanied by an occasional storm.

As reported by the AEMET on its website, for this Wednesday, November 25, the prediction in the Canary Islands is of slightly cloudy skies that will tend from noon to cloudy or covered in Lanzarote and northern slopes of the islands of greater relief, and cloudy intervals in the rest of the areas. Weak to moderate precipitation north of the islands of greater relief during the second half of the day, which can be in the form of a shower and locally persistent or strong in medianías, especially from Tenerife. In Lanzarote and Fuerteventura, probability of locally moderate weak rainfall during the second half of the day, without ruling out that they are accompanied by an occasional storm. In the rest of the areas, it is not ruled out that some precipitation may also fall, generally weak and scattered from the afternoon. Temperatures in slight to moderate decrease, which will be more significant in the western islands. Variable loose wind at the beginning, tending to a moderate to strong northwest. Locally very strong gusts in the last hours are not ruled out, especially in the western islands.

By Thursday, November 26, there will be a predominance of cloudy or overcast skies in Lanzarote, Fuerteventura and to the north of the islands of greater relief, with weak to moderate rainfall that can be in the form of showers; in the midlands they may be persistent or strong, and in the easternmost islands, they will have an occasional character and it is not ruled out that they are accompanied by storms. In the rest of the areas, cloudy intervals with a low probability of generally weak rains. Temperatures in slight to moderate decrease, which will be more significant in the maximums of interior areas where it can be noticeable. Moderate to strong northwest wind with likely locally very strong gusts, especially in midlands and high areas.

The AEMET prediction for the Canary Islands this Friday, November 27, is that there will be a predominance of cloudy or overcast skies in Lanzarote, Fuerteventura and to the north of the islands of greater relief, with weak to moderate rainfall which can be in the form of showers; in the midlands they may be persistent or strong, and in the most eastern islands, they will be occasional without ruling out that they are accompanied by storms. In the rest of the areas, cloudy intervals with a low probability of generally weak rains. In general, a decrease in cloud cover and the probability of precipitation is expected in all areas at the end of the day. Temperatures with little change. Moderate to strong northwest wind with likely locally very strong gusts, especially in midlands and high areas, tending to decrease in intensity at the last hours.

During the weekend the rains will continue in the Archipelago. The prediction indicates that in the Canary Islands there will be probable precipitations in the north of more prominent islands, quite less intense than in previous days, without ruling them out in the rest of the islands. Temperatures tend to rise in the Canary Islands.

For Sunday several scenarios are contemplated due to the approach of a new storm to the southwest of the peninsula, so rainfall is likely in the Canary Islands, around the Gulf of Cádiz and the Strait area.

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