Weather Forecast for Tenerife from 9th to 15th August

The Weather in Tenerife 1st August to 8th August

There aren’t that many variations in the weather on Tenerife during the summer months. It veers from hot to very hot just about everywhere. The east was as always sunnier than predicted; the north also had more sun than predicted although the week started out quite cloudy with even a bit of light rain. The south, although a couple of days started cloudy, enjoyed oodles of sunshine all week.
The south west although hot, ended the week with some cloud. Inland and above 500 metres it was gloriously sunny and extremely hot.

The Weather in Tenerife 9th to 15th August
It’s going to be a very hot week in Tenerife with forecast readings above 28C for most of the week – in real terms you can add a few degrees to that. Santa Cruz looks as though it’s going to be the hottest place with temps expected to top 31C.

It looks to us as though another calima might be on the way as temps are showing a marked increase as the week goes on, peaking on Thursday before dropping a couple of degrees by Saturday. This, combined with Santa Cruz in the east expected to be hottest and the rain forecast for Sunday, has all the hallmarks of a typical calima pattern.

We’re predicting a hot weather warning within the next couple of days so take care if walking on Tenerife

Weather in South Tenerife – Mostly sunshine all week. Sunday is expected to have cloudy spells and a 15% chance of rain.

Weather in North Tenerife – Sunny during the week with cloudy spells Fri – Sunday. Like the south, there’s a 15% chance of rain on Sunday.

Weather in East Tenerife – Sunny during the week with cloudy spells Fri – Sunday. There’s a 20% chance of rain on Friday and a 15% chance of rain on Sunday.

Weather in South West Tenerife – Sunny all week with only a 5% chance of rain on Sunday.

Weather in the Mount Teide Crater – Full unbroken sunshine all week.

3 Comments

  1. Thanks Meryl – have changed it now. Absolutely spot on about losing track after weekend; too much relaxation has dulled the senses.

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