East winds bring high temperatures and maybe a spot of calima dust to Gran Canaria this week.
A low pressure system just to the east of the Canary Islands will cause strong winds for the next two days but heavy rain is unlikely.
A blast of cold, wet air from the north is due to hit Gran Canaria and the Canary Islands on Three Kings Day (January 6th).
January 2016 was the hottest for 55 years across the Canary Islands and February doesn't look much different.
Wind: 28.97 km/h
Gran Canaria's resorts are choc-a-bloc this winter and bargain hotel and accommodation is been hard to find. The capital city Las Palmas, however, offers an alternative with some excellent hotels at great prices.
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