This weekend will be hot and sunny all over the island and the rough sea will calm down as of today. The sand will slowly return to the southern beaches (such as Patalavaca and Maspalomas) once the waves fade away
On Saturday the winds swing back to the north so the temperature will drop by a few degrees and the air will get dryer. Once the Trade Winds return, the north will start to cloud over again but the south should be sunny for most of next week.
February 2018 was the wettest in the Canary Islands since 2010 and average temperatures were up to 3.5ºC below average. Parts of Tejeda got 400 litres of rain per square metre and the island now has enough water in its reservoirs for three years.