Six of the Canary Islands are now on a red warning for extreme temperatures
The State Meteorological Agency (AEMET) has updated the weather warnings for extreme heat in the Canary Islands. Specifically, it has activated red warnings on 6 of the islands, given the extreme temperatures of 46 degrees that have already been recorded in several of their weather stations.
RED WARNINGS ACTIVATED TODAY:
Tenerife: Metropolitan area, east, south and west of the Island. Highs of 40 degrees and lows above 27°C.
La Palma: Summits and west. Highs of 42 degrees and lows above 30°C.
La Gomera: The entire island. Highs of 40 degrees and lows above 27°C.
Gran Canaria: Summits, east, south and west. Highs of 42 degrees and lows above 30°C.
Fuerteventura and Lanzarote: The entire island. Highs of 40 degrees and lows above 28°C.
The north of Tenerife, the north of Gran Canaria, the east of the island of La Palma, and El Hierro will remain on orange warning today due to high temperatures with highs of 37 degrees and lows above 25°C.
YELLOW WARNINGS FOR CALIMA:
The suspended dust will also keep the Islands on yellow notice from today until Sunday. Likewise, warnings are activated for coastal phenomena and wind in different parts of the Archipelago.
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