Canary Islands expect a hot weekend, with temperatures reaching 30ºC

Published on March 08, 2023
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Hot weather in the Canary Islands this weekend 

As of Friday,  a rise in temperatures is expected especially in the south of the islands, as well as inland, and on the summits of the islands above 1000 meters altitude. 

Temperatures are expected to be close to or set new records for the month of March in the peak areas of Tenerife especially, as temperatures as the ones forecasted are more typical for the month of May, not March. 

Weather forecast - Thursday, March 9

Cloudy intervals in Lanzarote, Fuerteventura, and in the north of the mountainous, with clear skies during the central hours of the day. Temperatures slightly rising in most areas, which can become locally moderate. Wind from the northeast, more intense at the end of the day in the usual areas of acceleration of the trade wind in the eastern province.

Weather forecast - Friday, March 10

Cloudy intervals in Lanzarote, Fuerteventura and to the north of the mountainous islands during the first hours of the day. Temperatures in slight to moderate rise in a, more pronounced in the values ​​of the maximum temperatures in interior areas. Moderate northeast wind, somewhat more intense on the northwest and southeast slopes of the higher islands, as well as in inland areas of Lanzarote and Fuerteventura, where there could be some intervals of strong wind during the early morning and at the end of the day. 

Weather forecast - Saturday, March 11

Skies in general little cloudy or clear, with some intervals of low clouds in the northeast of the mountainous islands during the early morning hours.

Temperatures will continue to rise, more pronounced in interior areas. Temperatures could exceed 30ºC in the south of Gran Canaria and Tenerife, as well as in inland areas of Fuerteventura.

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