Weather Forecast for Tenerife from 18th July to 24th July

The Weather in Tenerife 11th July to 17th July

Very much a tale of two islands at the moment. Whilst the south of Tenerife enjoyed mostly beautiful sunny days, the north is experiencing what can be typical early July weather – lots of cloud cover. For once it didn’t fully dissipate for the Virgen del Carmen celebrations although the sun did hang around a bit towards the end of the week. However, it was perfect conditions for the Professional Windsurfers Association World Cup in El Médano in the south east of Tenerife – hot, sunny and very windy.

The Weather in Tenerife from 18th July to 24th July

Whilst temperatures aren’t going to change much, it might not be as sunny across Tenerife as it was last week. Although most days should have plenty of sunshine, some cloud is also predicted and even a slight chance of rain (probably in the hills and more of a drizzle than rain if it materialises).

Weather in South Tenerife – Sunny with some light cloud all week.Temperatures should stay around 29C. There’s an outside chance of rain (5-10%) between Wednesday and Friday.

Weather in North Tenerife – A mix of cloud and sun every day except Wednesday which should be cloudy. There’s a 5 – 20% chance of rain between Tuesday and Sunday. Temperatures should be 25C.

Weather in East Tenerife – Sunny with light cloud on Monday; cloudy with some sunny spells during the rest of the week. There’s also a 10-25% chance of rain between Tuesday and Sunday. Temperatures around 25C bizarrely dropping to a very unseasonable 20C at the weekend.

Weather in South West Tenerife –  Mostly sunny with some light cloud and a 2-15% chance of rain between Wednesday and Friday. Temperatures should be around 29C.

Weather in the Mount Teide Crater
– It should be sunny in Mount Teide National Park and on the summit of Teide all week. Temperatures in the crater stay will be 16C and around 7C on the summit.

So far today webcams around Tenerife show a bright but cloudy start to the week nearly everywhere except in the sunny Teide National Park way above the clouds.

Pic: Santa Cruz’ default setting.

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