The Weather in Tenerife 14th March to 20th March
It turned out to be possibly the worst week of the winter for weather on Tenerife. Apart from the snow which was spectacular and turned the vista into more of an Alpine one than the sort of views we normally associate with Tenerife, much of the week was quite cool and wet. Again the north experienced the most rain whilst the south felt the wind. The freak weather even brought hailstone showers to southern coastal areas such as Puerto Santiago. But this is Tenerife and even in a week with poor weather there were sunny spells on most days. The weather perked up for the weekend, welcoming spring with some beautiful weather and warm temperatures.
The Weather in Tenerife 21st March to 27th March
Normal service should be resumed this week. It should be mostly sunny everywhere on Tenerife throughout the week. The warm weekend temperatures should drop by a couple of degrees as the week progresses but it should still be around 22C by the weekend.
Weather in South Tenerife – Mostly sunny with some light cloud all week. Temperatures should be around 22/23C.
Weather in North Tenerife – Mostly sunny with some light cloud all week. Temperatures should be around 21/22C.
Weather in East Tenerife – Mostly sunny with some light cloud all week. Temperatures should be around 24C at the start of the week falling to 21C by the end.
Weather in South West Tenerife – Mostly sunny with some light cloud all week. Temperatures should be around 22/23C.
Weather in the Mount Teide Crater – It should be sunny in mount Teide National Park and on the summit of Mount Teide all week except for Monday Morning and Thursday afternoon/Friday Morning. Temperatures in the crater will be 10C and -1 on the summit of the volcano.
It’s a breezy start to the week in the crater but not enough to stop the cable car from operating.
This morning has started pretty much as predicted with some light cloud breaking up to let the sun through and with temperatures feeling much warmer than last week .
Pic: Tenerife or an Alpine scene? The island from the air on Friday 18th March.