Temperatures could reach 35°

SEF strike has no impact in Madeira

Mountain walk in Madeira, where temperatures are expected to rise tomorrow

The Diario reports online that tempertures could, according to the Portuguese Weather Institute, IPMA, reach between 20 and 35 degrees in Madeira over the coming days. The highest temperatures are expected to be seen on the south coast in general and Funchal specifically, with tomorrow, Monday, likely to see peak temperatures. The north coast and Porto Santo are expected to be around 5° cooler.

The orange warm weather warning currently in place has been extended until the early hours of Tuesday, August 17.

Tourist rescued from Pico Ruivo

A tourist who became ill on the path between Pico Ruivo and Pico Arieiro (photo) had to be rescued yesterday. Santantana fire fighters and a mountain rescue team performed the resue yesterday afternoon using the path from Achada do Teixeira.

Border force strike has no impact in Madeira

The first day of the latest strike by SEF, the foreigners and borders security authority, was reported to have had little impact at Madeira Airport yesterday. Delays of only a few minutes were reported as staff continued business as usual.

A new tab has been added to the top of each page with a link to resources dealing with COVID-19 in Madeira – this covers the latest government regulations on travel to the island, how to get a PCR test, and many other links that will be useful to people wanting to travel to and from Madeira

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