The National Hurricane Center in Miami (NHCfor its acronym in English) has increased to 60 percent the chances of forming a tropical cyclone Come in Canary Islands and Cape Verde in the next 48 hours.
“The showers and thunderstormslocated near the west coast of Africa, are associated with a tropical wave that is expected to establish itself over Atlantic waters during the afternoon today, ”the NHC collects this Thursday in its weather forecast.
From then on, “environmental conditions are expected to allow the development of a tropical depression by this weekend, while the system slowly moves north,” he adds.
For its part, the State Meteorological Agency (Aemet) announces rains, which could be in the form of showers in the western islandsas well as the probability of an electrical device, especially during the day on Sunday.
Although the tropical cyclone that could affect the Islands would bring with it a certain instability from Saturday, September 24, which will leave skies covered with light to moderate rainbeing less likely in Lanzarote and La Palma.