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The meteorological advance of the State Meteorological Agency reveals that Lanzarote recorded the third highest temperature in the Archipelago in June. On June 28 at the César Manrique Airport, the island reached 37.1 degrees. In total, Aemet has five stations distributed around the island. Among them, the one in Yaiza, located in Playa Blanca recorded a total of 27 tropical nights with higher temperatures. This figure was only beaten by Puerto Rico (Mogán), Agaete in Gran Canaria and Santa Cruz de Tenerife. Tropical nights are understood as those where the minimum temperature does not drop below 20 degrees. Regarding temperatures, the province of Las Palmas suffered the second warmest month of June since 1961 due to its average temperature that was around 22.7 degrees, being abnormally hot. At the same time, according to the provincial maximum temperature, an average of 26.6 degrees was reached, 1.9 degrees warmer than normal and also being the second hottest since there are data. As for the minimum, the average did not drop below 18.9 degrees in the eastern islands and it was 1.4 warmer than normal.