A low-pressure system will continue to dominate over the next few days, bringing more unsettled weather in addition to dust in the atmosphere that is not expected to clear until Tuesday afternoon, the met office said.
The biggest concentration of dust particles will be observed on Sunday it said as the weather is expected to be partly cloudy with some isolated rains and storms inland and on the mountains
The temperature will rise to around 22C inland and west coast, around 20C on the other coasts and about 14C on the highest mountain areas.
Sunday night it will be mostly clear with the temperature falling to around 9C inland, around 11C on the coast and around 6C in the mountains.
On Monday, the weather will be mostly sunny, but it will become increasingly cloudy by afternoon, which may give rise to isolated showers, especially in the mountains. The temperature will rise slightly, mainly inland.
On Tuesday and Wednesday, sunny weather will alternate with cloudy conditions and isolated rains towards midday and afternoon. On Wednesday there may be more storms on the way happen. Temperatures are likely to remain the same until Tuesday but a slight drop is forecast for Wednesday to somewhat below the seasonal average.