21.10.2016: A Polar front heading south towards Spain is going to change the weather in the Canary Islands during the next week.
17.10.2016: The rain that was headed towards the Canary Islands yesterday faded away before it reachedus. All we got in Gran Canaria was a few drops of rain scattered across the island.
13.10.2016: Spain got seriously wet yesterday and the tail end of that weather is arriving in the Canary Islands today. It won't affect the south of the island, but the north can expect the odd shower (although the sun is blazing this morning).
The months of stable weather we've had in Gran Canaria are ending and there's a chance of rain towards the end of the week.
The dregs of the British press (Express, Star; Mail won't be far behind) reported yesterday that Teide volcano on Tenerife is about to erupt. Here's why they are talking nonsense.
03.10.2016: We were expecting a weak but wet front to arrive today or tomorrow and brings showers to most of Gran Canaria. However, it's gone north and won't affect us.
29.09.2016 Gran Canaria, and particularly the south of the island is currently under a surprise cloud of dust.
The Trade Winds have faded and we're now in the period of calm, sunny weather known in the Canary Islands as 'las bonanzas de Septiembre'.
Visitors to the Canary Islands have been warned to watch out for fake ambulances and a scam based around food poisoning in hotels.
The Spanish AEMET weather service has confirmed that summer 2016 was a hot one and that it expects autumn in the Canary Islands to be warmer than normal.
Wind: 11.27 km/h
The spirit of Tauro beach lives on even as Anfi's bulldozers wait for its new coating of Saharan sand, but chances are it will never be quite the same again.
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