Tropical cyclone “Theta” set to hit Canary Islands

TROPICAL cyclone “Theta” is set to hit the canary islands with up to 80 kilometres per hour winds.

AEMET the meteorological agency has decided to keep the alert at ‘Yellow’ on this Sunday the 15th of November, despite the weakening of the cyclone in the past 24 hours.

The islands of Tenerife and La Palma will bear some impact of the tropical cyclone “Theta” although a depleted one.

It is expected that rainfall of between ten and fifteen litres per hour will fall on the Canary Islands affected.

In Asturias and Galicia, there are also alerts issued from AEMET that indicate strong winds and waves in those areas and rainfall of up to forty (40) litres per hour, in particular the province of Pontevedra. The map featured shows the previous trajectory of the tropical cyclone.


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