The first week of December, marked by the Bridge of the Constitution and the Immaculate, will be dominated in Canary Islands for the atmospheric stability, the scarce cloudiness, the absence of rains, an increase of temperatures and possible calima some days, according to the forecast of the State Meteorological Agency (AEMET).
As reported by State Meteorological Agency (Aemet), the calima will continue in the islands this Wednesday, "slight and with little reduction of visibility".
Thursday, day of the constitution, "a greater presence of haze is expected, with moderate to strong southeast winds in mid-highlands, mainly during the first half of the day".
During the days of Friday 7, Saturday 8, and Sunday 9 the forecast points a slight variation, with probability that the northeast wind blows, with cloudiness in the north of the islands of greater relief although no precipitation is expected
A stable weather, without significant rainfall that leaves behind the month of November, highlighted by the constant rains, a storm of sea bottom and snow on the Teide. It will be registered in the generality of the country, with temperatures that will be up to 10 degrees Celsius above the normal values, according to the AEMET.