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Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Weather alert: Orange alert due to storm

The storm that reached the Canary Island archipelago last night and, which is leaving moderate to locally persistent precipitations in all of the islands, with the exception of the north of Gran Canaria, is the cause of the declaration of an orange level weather alert, which continues active until 6 pm today. As well as the heavy rains, the western province of Tenerife is affected by winds with gusts up to 70 kmph, rising to 85 kmph at the summit, as well as high seas.

Via Canarias7: Alerta naranja en todas las islas

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