The sky will be slightly cloudy or clear, with cloudy intervals in low areas of the north of Lanzarote and the islands of greater relief at the beginning and end of the day, according to the prediction of the Meteorology Statal Agency (Aemet) for this Friday, October 8.
The temperatures will increase with a less pronounced rise in the coastal strips. It will reach 30 degrees Celsius in the south and west of Gran Canaria. On The Gran Canarian palms the thermometer will read 21 degrees of minimum and 26 degrees of maximum.
The wind will blow from the northeast direction, more intense on the southeast and northwest coast, and with breezes on the southwest slopes of the mountainous islands; in high areas it will blow in a southwesterly direction and will occasionally increase with strong intensity, especially on the peaks of La Palma.
On Gran canaria there will be a predominance of slightly cloudy or clear skies with intervals of low clouds in the north in the early and late hours of the day.
Regarding the weather forecast in the province of Santa Cruz of TenerifeTomorrow there will be cloudy intervals in the low areas of the north of the islands and it will be slightly cloudy or clear with intervals of highs in the rest of the areas.
The temperatures will undergo little change or a slight drop and the thermometers will oscillate between 27-28 degrees maximum on La Palma, Tenerife and La Gomera and the minimum 16 degrees on the island of El Hierro.
The wind will blow from the northeast, more intense on the east coast and in the northwest and with a predominance of breezes on the north and west slopes. In high areas there will be a west component wind, with strong intervals and occasional very strong gusts in central peaks during the second half of the day.
In the central peaks of Tenerife, the wind will blow from the west and turn northwest from noon, with strong intervals and occasional very strong gusts that could reach 75 kilometers per hour. The intensity of the wind will decrease at the end of the day, according to the forecast of the Group of Prediction and Meteorological Vigilance in the Canary Islands.