The rains will be "punctually intense" and widespread this Tuesday in the Canary Islands - La Provincia

The rains will be "punctually intense" and widespread this Tuesday in the Canary Islands - La Provincia


The spokesperson for the State Meteorological Agency (Aemet), Rubén del Campo, has highlighted that in Canary Islands the rains will be "punctually intense and stormy" as of this Tuesday throughout the archipelago and that the most likely will occur in Lanzarote and Fuerteventura.

There could also be calima in the Islands and in the south of Andalusia, reason why the spokesman has indicated that there can be rain of mud, by the sum of the water and the dust in suspension.

The forecast for Wednesday of the Aemet aims that the day will be "similar" since Instability will remain in the Canary Islands, where showers will continue to be produced, this time in the most mountainous islands, and it is not ruled out that they are punctually strong. The spokesman added that the calima is also expected in the Canary Islands and southern Andalusia.

Regarding Thursday, he indicated that the rains will continue in the Canary Islands, where Locally strong rainfall is expected and there could also be rain in southern Andalusia and Melilla.

Del Campo has advanced that for the weekend there is greater uncertainty in the prediction by the Depression Isolated in High Levels (DANA) of the atmosphere that is causing instability in the Canary Islands and that has "a dubious position" and depending on where it is located will affect different areas. "Most likely", according to the spokesman, is to continue the instability in the Canary Islands on Friday and that day will continue to have rains in the Strait, Alboran and Melilla.

In the face of Saturday and Sunday the instability will tend to increase and the rains will affect more areas: the Strait, Alboran, the rest of Andalusia and the communities of the southeast, where they could be "somewhat more intense" and in some areas "punctually strong" " There could also be rain in the eastern Cantabrian and in the Pyrenees. "In the rest will follow the dry, stable and without precipitation," he said.

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