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Author Topic: Tenerife Weather

Offline Anne 2009

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Re: Tenerife Weather
« Reply #2330 on: Sat 3 Feb 2018, 20:55 »
How's the weather up the hill now @Janet ? Has it started to improve any?

Offline Janet

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Re: Tenerife Weather
« Reply #2331 on: Sat 3 Feb 2018, 20:57 »
it's bloody cold! and apparently going to stay around 7º in the day for a week or so, with rain! :unsure:

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Offline Malteser Monkey

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Re: Tenerife Weather
« Reply #2332 on: Sat 3 Feb 2018, 21:32 »
it's bloody cold! and apparently going to stay around 7º in the day for a week or so, with rain! :unsure:

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My heart goes out to you.  :whistle: :giggle:

@perihotstuff  will keep you warm as long as cissy doesn't open a window :giggle:


Offline Janet

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Re: Tenerife Weather
« Reply #2333 on: Sat 3 Feb 2018, 21:32 »
Cissy is already banging on said window with her beak every afternoon ... :laugh:
One must have sunshine, freedom and flowers. Hans Christian Andersen

Offline Malteser Monkey

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Re: Tenerife Weather
« Reply #2334 on: Sat 3 Feb 2018, 21:36 »
Cissy is already banging on said window with her beak every afternoon ... :laugh:

I love it just reminds me of times in El cercado in Gomera just beautifully au natural as del boy would say.

Just watching Kiri :great:

Offline Janet

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Re: Tenerife Weather
« Reply #2335 on: Mon 5 Feb 2018, 11:21 »
The weather front is leaving the Canaries now and all access roads are again open to the National Park though the authorities say there is still ice on parts of the roads, and so great care should be taken. The Teleférico will remain closed until at least Wednesday because it remains very windy at altitude, and Aemet is warning of costeros – very rough seas – around the whole of Tenerife from midweek.
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Offline Lucky

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Re: Tenerife Weather
« Reply #2336 on: Tue 13 Feb 2018, 13:05 »
Cloudy here at Lower GDS 21 degrees.
Holding up the Standard of Lower GDS.

Offline Malteser Monkey

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Re: Tenerife Weather
« Reply #2337 on: Tue 13 Feb 2018, 13:09 »
Cloudy here at Lower GDS 21 degrees.

I was looking at the webcams earlier

Offline Michael R

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Re: Tenerife Weather
« Reply #2338 on: Tue 13 Feb 2018, 13:15 »
Cloudy here at Lower GDS 21 degrees.

It was cloudy on and off all last week when we were there. A few warm days but chilly in the evenings. Never that cold when we're sat in The Wild Geese though  :cheesy:

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Re: Tenerife Weather
« Reply #2339 on: Thu 22 Feb 2018, 17:09 »
Going to get wet, and possibly windy ...

There's an Aemet yellow alert for rain tomorrow for the whole of Tenerife, and the Canarian Government has activated its own alert for heavy rains, especially in the south, west and east, from midnight tonight. Rain of up to 70 litres per square metre per 24 hours are anticipated, with meteorologists saying that the rains are likely to come in bands, with the heaviest tomorrow. Saturday could see a slight break in the weather with another band coming on Sunday. It is likely to continue, albeit slightly weaker, into next week. Along with the rains, snow has been forecast for altitude, so we can expect to see roads to Teide closed again, and the seas are likely to be wild, so the usual cautions apply when bathing or simply being near the coast.
One must have sunshine, freedom and flowers. Hans Christian Andersen