The Government of the Canary Islands is studying Thursday to suspend the classes in the schools infront of the warning by rain that keeps in suspense the islands of Lanzarote, Fuerteventura, Gran Canaria and Tenerife, according to has confirmed the insular director of Education in the island, Mario Pérez this morning in the program El Atril de Lancelot Radio 90.2 FM.   As confirmed by the Security and Emergency Consortium of Lanzarote, the hours where more water is expected will be between 3.00 am and 3 pm on Thursday , with 20 liters per square meter in an hour and up to 40 in 12 hours. It is estimated that the peaks of greater intensity of the rain are between 3.00 am and 7.00 am in the morning and 12 noon    From the Civil Guard warn about a series of tips for those who have to travel by car as slow down, respect the safety distance or step on the brake gradually.    The Security and Emergency Consortium of Lanzarote is distributing sandbags in its facilities in Argana . It is a precaution and security measure. Any person who considers it necessary can approach them , in the dependencies they will be attended by members of the Consortium who, after completing a card, will determine if their home is in a danger zone and the number of bags that can be carried.   During today a security commission will be held to decide if finally and as a precaution the schools will close, although in principle we will have to be attentive to the news.    On the other hand, on Tuesday, around 7:00 p.m., a heavy rain fell on the town of La Caleta de Famara, flooding two houses in the town. An unexpected and strong water that was not felt in the rest of the island.