Clouds, rain and strong winds this Sunday in the Canary Islands
The Canary Islands will have cloudy skies this Sunday, and local showers are not ruled out on several islands particularly in higher areas, despite the fact that it will tend to clear up in the afternoon, but the day will have winds of up to 70 km/h in some areas and a drop in maximum temperatures according to the State Meteorological Agency.
The minimum temperature will be 16 degrees and the maximum 20 in the two capitals of the archipelago (Las Palmas and Santa Cruz), according to AEMETs forecast, which details that a moderate wind is expected from the northwest with strong intervals during the first half of the day, when there is a probability of gusts that exceed 70 kilometres per hour in summits and other areas of Tenerife.
The tail end of storm Karim saw hurricane force winds of over 100km/h on the peaks in La Palma and in Tenerife they reached 129km/h yesterday.
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In the waters of the Canary Islands, winds from the north and northwest will also predominate, with force 4 to 5, and a strong swell is expected with areas of heavy seas, accompanied by a northwesterly swell of between 2 and 4 metres and big waves, meaning there will be yellow and red flags on beaches.