Calima might return to the Canary Islands this week

Published on March 07, 2022
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According to Aemet, the calima might return to the Canary Islands this week from Thursday, March 10, especially in the easternmost islands of the archipelago, which are closer to the African continent.

Tuesday forecast - March 8

In Lanzarote and the north of Fuerteventura, the sky will be cloudy during the first half of the day, while in the afternoon the clouds might clear.

In the north of the mountainous islands, the sky will also be cloudy, while in the rest of the areas the weather will be intermittently cloudy,  and in Tenerife, there's also a low probability of occasional precipitation.

Temperatures will remain mostly unchanged, and the wind will we light to moderate from the northeast, somewhat more intense in Lanzarote and Fuerteventura. 


  • Las Palmas de Gran Canaria Min 16°C Max 21°C
  • Santa Cruz of Tenerife Min16°C Max 22°C

Wednesday forecast - March 9

The north of the mountainous islands will be cloudy, with a low probability of weak and occasional precipitation.

Minimum temperatures in slight rise, being more pronounced in interior areas, while the maximum temperatures will stay the same, except for the central peaks of Tenerife where the maximum temperature will drop.

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