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Wednesday, November 26, 2014

New weather front approaching with high winds will be apparent from tomorrow

Aemet has now issued an orange alert for winds on Friday gusting to 100 km/h throughout Tenerife. The alert is for 24 hours from midnight Thursday, and could be extended through Saturday in due course. The high winds will be westerly-north westerly, and primarily affect medianías and altitude, where gusts of up to 120 km/h  are likely; at coastal level, they are expected to be around 75 km/h. As well as high winds, there’s an orange alert for very rough seas (costeros) in north Tenerife. Rain is also forecast, heavy in parts, but the main protagonist of this temporal will be the winds.

New weather front approaching with high winds will be apparent from tomorrow

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