The wind Northeast will continue tomorrow Wednesday, April 21, in Canary Islands, according to the prediction of the Meteorology Statal Agency, although it will decrease in intensity in the afternoon.
In the north and northeast of the mountainous islands there will be a predominance of cloudy skies decreasing at intervals during the central hours, with a low probability of scattered and occasional light rains in the midlands at the beginning. Little cloudy or clear in the rest of the areas, with morning cloudy intervals in the easternmost islands.
The temperatures will not change or they will be in slight decline.
The weather forecast in the province of Las Palmas indicates that in the north and northeast of Gran canaria Cloudy skies will predominate, decreasing at intervals in the afternoon, as well as with a low probability of weak rains, occasional and scattered in the middle during the early morning and early hours; while in the rest of the areas it will be clear
In the case of Lanzarote Y FuerteventuraThere will be cloudy intervals in the north and west, tending to slightly cloudy in the afternoon; while in the rest of the areas it will be slightly cloudy or clear, as reported by the State Meteorological Agency (Aemet).
As for temperatures, they will experience few changes or a slight decrease, which will be more pronounced in south-facing midlands; being in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria between the minimum 18 degrees and the maximum 23 degrees.
Finally, the wind will blow from the northeast, being strong on the southeast and northwest slopes during the central hours, and on the southwest coasts there will be breezes.
Province of Santa Cruz de Tenerife
The weather forecast for tomorrow indicates that cloudy skies will predominate in the north of the islands, decreasing at intervals during the central hours.
Likewise, there will be a low probability of scattered weak rains in the mid-morning and early hours, and it will be slightly cloudy or clear in the rest of the areas.
Temperatures will suffer a slight decrease, more pronounced in south-facing midlands, and the thermometers will oscillate between a maximum of 24 degrees in La Palma, La Gomera Y Tenerife and the minimum 15 degrees on the island of El Hierro.
The wind will blow from the northeast turning to the north component and diminishing at the end of the day.