Falling temperatures and dust are expected during the next few days with a low pressure front beginning to affect the region.
According to the met office, dust levels will increase from Thursday morning and will remain high until Saturday.
On Thursday initially some clouds are expected. Later on the weather will be mostly sunny. Winds are weak to moderate and the sea is slightly troubled.
Inland, the temperature is forecast to rise to 27 degrees Celsius, 22 to 24 degrees in coastal areas and 18 degrees in the higher mountains.
At night the weather will be mainly clear with some high clouds. The temperature will drop to around 10 degrees inland and on the coast and six degrees in the mountains.
The temperature is forecast to drop slightly on Friday and even more during the weekend. By Sunday the highest temperature will be 20C.
On Saturday there may be isolated showers, mainly in the mountains and the north. More rain and isolated thunderstorms are expected on Sunday.