Spain and most of Europe are about to go Baltic due to a vast blob of freezing Polar air and this will push rain and cool air south towards Gran Canaria. It will affect the north and the highlands much more than the south and the resorts.
South and central Gran Canaria is on yellow alert for wind and waves from 15.00 today Friday, January 26 until at least midday on Sunday. The alert for wind and waves is also active for north Gran Canaria on Saturday.
A new blast of cool air from the north arrives in Gran Canaria just in time for the weekend. It will bring cloud and showers to north Gran Canaria but shouldn't have any effect on the resorts apart from a few cloudy patches.
If there's a better spot than Las Palmas de Gran Canaria city to come and do a TEFL qualification, we can't think of it. And The Irish Academy, right in the centre of the city, is the place to do your Cambridge CELTA Qualification.
Villa Canary Islands is the place to book Gran Canaria villas and holiday homes in a safe and reliable way. The local company has over 200 properties for rent in Gran Canaria and the Canary Islands and has been in business since 1998.
Gran Canaria's east coast beaches are a mixed bag with everything from windswept pebble beaches to sheltered coves with golden sand. Salinetas beach is the prettiest and most accessible of the east beaches.