The Spanish AEMET weather service has announced that November 2015 was the hottest and sunniest on record after a mid-month hot spell sent temperatures up to over 30ºC.
The worst of the bad weather that walloped Gran Canaria over the last five days is over, although we may get the odd strong shower today.
The latest on the GranCanaria weather. There could well be more rain tonight and tomorrow but things are likely to improve after the weekend.Posted by Gran Canaria on Saturday, October 24, 2015
The beginning of the week will see a mish-mash of different weather in the Canary Islands although we expect plenty of sunshine in Gran Canaria's resorts (but also cloudy spells and the odd shower). The next few days will be similar.
A low-pressure system currently building over the Atlantic Ocean to the northwest of the Canary Islands looks likely to produce wind and rains towards the end of the week.
Gran Canaria's weather alert system can cause confusion because of different alert levels and colour codes. Here's exactly how it works.
After a couple of weeks of sunny weather, and one day of rain so far in September, Gran Canaria could go all tropical this week to welcome the Autumn season.
After a roasting hot week, the Spanish weather service has put the Canary Islands on Yellow Alert for rain today.
Britian and Northern Europe could be heading for an exceptionally cold winter thanks to the powerful El Niño event brewing in the Pacific Ocean.
The freak weather in the Canary Islands for the last week is fading away, according to the Spanish weather authorities.
It looks like we haven't seen the last of August's freak weather conditions in Gran Canaria and the Canary Islands just yet.
While destinations like Florida and Thailand get tropical storms, the Canary Islands have only experienced one in 100 years.
It's sunny this morning but south Gran Canaria is still recovering from the shock of yesterday's unexpected (to put it mildly) thunderstorm in Playa del Inglés and Maspalomas resorts.
Some people think Gran Canaria is a spectacular destination with everything from the world's best beaches to jaw-dropping landscapes and a vibrant local culture and food scene. They are completely wrong and here are 25 reasons why you should never visit the island.
These super-useful weather resources are what we use to check the daily weather forecast all over Gran Canaria.
You can wake up and check the Gran Canaria weather forecasts, but there's nothing better than seeing the weather live. That's why we've put this live webcam from Arguineguín, in the south of Gran Canaria here on the site.
The Spanish Weather Service has placed south Gran Canaria on alert, for today Thursday 21 and tomorrow Friday 22, for large waves of up to 2.5 metres and strong gusts of wind.
When we see headlines saying that it's hotter in (Berlin, London, Stockholm, etc) than in Gran Canaria we pop another ice cube into our cubata and have a quiet chuckle.
Gran Canaria and the Canary Islands are experiencing the first heatwave of 2015 with temperatures expected to reach 35ºC during the week. Keep reading for important health information.