The weather forecast for this Sunday, May 9, in the province of Las Palmas indicates that in the north of Gran canaria will be cloudy decreasing to slightly cloudy during the morning, while in the late afternoon it will tend to be cloudy with probable weak and occasional rains and the rest of the areas will be slightly cloudy in general.
In the case of Lanzarote and Fuerteventura, the intervals will predominate cloudy in the north and west tending to slightly cloudy during the morning, being slightly cloudy or clear in the southeast and in the last hours it will tend to cloudy, as reported by the Meteorology Statal Agency (Aemet).
Regarding the temperatures, the minimums will be with few changes and the maximums in slight ascent. In Las Palmas de Gran Canaria they will oscillate between the minimum 18 degrees and the maximum 24 degrees.
Finally, the wind will blow from the north, more intense in the east and west extremes and with breezes in the south and north slopes, which will decrease in the coasts to light or moderate during the morning, to increase again at the end, while in high areas the northwest will predominate from the afternoon.
Regarding the province of Santa Cruz de TenerifeIn the north and northeast there will be cloudy intervals decreasing to slightly cloudy during the morning. Throughout the afternoon it will tend to cloudy with probable weak and occasional rains.
Meanwhile, in high peaks it will be clear and in the rest of the areas there will be cloudy intervals with a predominance of slightly cloudy skies except for the first and last hours, according to the Aemet.
The minimum temperatures will be unchanged or in slight decrease, more pronounced in high areas, and the maximum in slight to moderate ascent. The thermometers will oscillate between 25 degrees maximum in Tenerife and the minimum 12 degrees on the island of El Hierro.
The wind will blow from the north light to moderate, more intense in the extreme northwest and northeast. Breezes predominate on the southern and northern slopes and in central hours on the rest of the coasts. The wind will turn northeast at the end. In high central peaks, northwest.