Hurricane-force winds of up to 130 km per hour, paralyzed traffic on most of the mountainous islands of the Canary archipelago. By Monday evening, was canceled most of takeoffs and landings at airports islands of La Palma and Tenerife.

Canary Islands authorities call on the radio and television for residents and tourists to in the next 24 hours refrained from car trips.

Specifically warned against heading out on tour guide for higher ground islands of La Palma, Tenerife and Gran Canaria, where wind gusts can be especially dangerous for vehicles.

Sunday broadcast messages over the local meteorological station warned of gale force 7 on the Beaufort scale, during which the waves reach over 5 feet tall.

Hurricane-force winds and strong rains also join in many parts of mainland Spain, from Malaga after the Bay of Biscay.