While the peninsula is suffocating with temperatures around forty degrees in a large part of the country, the yellow warning is activated in the Canary Islands , although it is warned that the most oppressive heat will arrive in the middle of the week.


For the moment, what does seem to be returning is the high altitude haze over the easternmost islands in the afternoon and slightly rising temperatures, the highest in areas inland from Fuerteventura and the central islands more pronounced. On islands like Gran Canaria it can reach 34 degrees.


This rise has led Aemet to activate the yellow warning for maximum temperatures for this Tuesday in the east, south and west of Tenerife, and in the east, south and west peaks of Gran Canaria.


In Lanzarote, this Monday the skies will be slightly cloudy or clear, with cloudy intervals in the north in the early and late hours. High altitude haze in the afternoon. Temperatures without changes or on a slight rise, especially the maximum in interior areas. Moderate northeast wind, with strong intervals in inland areas, especially in the afternoon.


The minimums are located at 22 degrees, while the maximums will rise to 31 degrees.