The weather in the Canarian Archipelago will continue to offer spring temperatures in the day of this Tuesday, February 12, which will remain stable until next Friday, February 15, at which time a radical meteorological change is expected due to the entrance of a front that will cross the Atlantic and that will form a cold drop in the Islands, that will produce a temperature drop of up to 10 degrees, according to the predictions of the State Meteorological Agency (Aemet).
This storm will leave heavy rains on La Palma and in the north of Tenerife from the early morning of next Friday, and will even bring thunderstorms. It is also likely that during the day, rainfall will approach Gran Canaria from the northwest, if the incidence of air from North Africa does not transform into a meteorological map in the coming hours.
For the moment, the weather in the Canary Islands will continue to be characterized by its summer temperatures, accompanied by some haze and little wind during the next three days.
Regarding the time of this Tuesday, the weather forecast in the Province of Las Palmas indicates that in Gran Canaria the clear skies will predominate with some interval of high clouds at dawn and with low probability of haze.
On the islands of Lanzarote and Fuerteventura The clear skies will also predominate with some high cloud intervals in the first half of the day and with a low probability of light haze, mainly in the first half of the day, according to the State Meteorological Agency (Aemet).
As for the temperatures, they will remain with few changes or in slight ascent, being in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria between 23 degrees of maximum and 17 of minimum.
Finally, the wind will be of component this loose to moderate. In mediocrities and high zones the wind will be of the moderate southeast, decreasing to weak; while on the west coast there will be breezes.
In the province of Santa Cruz de Tenerife there will be a predominance of clear skies with some interval of high clouds at dawn, with low probability of haze.
The temperatures will suffer few changes and the thermometers will oscillate between the maximum 23 degrees in Tenerife and the 11 degrees of minimum in the island of El Hierro.
The wind will blow from the moderate southeast decreasing to weak, with breezes on the north and west coasts.