The weather forecast for New Year 2015 in Gran Canaria is simple: Blue sky and warm temperatures.
Monday, December 28, will be a mixed bag with clouds building throughout the day and even the odd shower in the north and the highlands.
Gran Canaria got a white Christmas Day of sorts due to a heavy calima yesterday and the dust will hang around for Boxing Day.
After two days of autumnal weather in Gran Canaria, the sunshine is back and set to stay for Christmas.
After three weeks of constant sunshine and summer temperatures, Gran Canaria is set for a quick blast of winter today and tomorrow. Then it's back to the sunshine.
A cold, wet front is due to sweep over the Canaries on Sunday and Monday, but the sunshine will be back afterwards.
The warm weather looks set to continue in Gran Canaria this week as tropical air heads north.
The weather in Gran Canaria for the next week will be rather boring: Warm and mostly sunny.
This week will be warm in Gran Canaria although Monday and Tuesday will be quite cloudy.
An east wind brings warmth and dust to Gran Canaria this week following a few days of unsettled northern air.
It's been a mixed week in north Gran Canaria, but the south and the resorts have had plenty of sunshine. The weekend will be the same with Sunday looking good all over the island.
The cold snap that's chilling most of Europe will affect Gran Canaria this week but, aside for the odd shower and cool evenings, we don't expect much weather in the resorts.
Enjoy the Gran Canaria warmth this week because things turn cooler as of Sunday.
This week starts with a sunny, windless Monday with temperatures in the high twenties; Pretty much perfect weather.
The faint calima that Gran Canaria experienced this week has intensified and looks like it will be here all weekend.
Gran Canaria and all of the Canary Islands will be hot this weekend as an east wind brings hot air and some dust over from North Africa.
The weather forecast for this week (week one, November 2015) is simple: It's sunny!
Friday will be mostly sunny, but Saturday is a rainy day in Gran Canaria.
The beginning of the week will see a mish-mash of different weather in the Canary Islands although we expect plenty of sunshine in Gran Canaria's resorts (but also cloudy spells and the odd shower). The next few days will be similar.
That's it folks, back to the beach; at least until Sunday afternoon.
Despite regular press reports in the UK and in Europe about a tourist tax, Gran Canaria and the Canary Islands don't impose any levy on visitors.
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