On Tuesday the weather will be mostly clear, however, some low cloud cover will be observed mainly in the west and north. From midday onwards isolated showers can be expected, with the chance of an isolated storm, mainly inland and in the east.
The winds in the morning be south-westerly to north-westerly and variable, weak to moderate, up to 4 Beaufort, and, from noon onwards, strong, in the south, east and north, up to 5 Beaufort, and very strong, up to 6 Beaufort, on some south coast locations.
The sea will be slightly rough turning to rough on the south and north coasts. Temperatures will rise to 35 C inland, 32 C in the south, east and north coasts, 30 C in the remaining coasts and 27 C in the higher mountains.
On Tuesday night the weather will be mainly clear with some locally increased cloud cover mainly in the west. Winds will be south-westerly to north-westerly and later north-easterly, weak to moderate, 3 to 4 Beaufort. The sea gradually become calmer, but on the west and north coasts it will remain slightly rough. Temperatures will drop to 20 C in the interior and on the southwest coasts, 22 C on the remaining coasts and 16 C in the higher mountains.
On Wednesday, the weather will be mostly clear, but clouds that will develop from midday onwards are expected to bring isolated showers mainly in the highlands, inland and in the east. Temperatures are not expected to change appreciably, remaining close to average for the season.
On Thursday, the weather will be mostly clear, with locally increased cloud cover in the afternoon, which may bring short isolated showers, mainly in the mountains. Temperatures are expected to rise slightly, fluctuating a little above average for the season.
On Friday, the weather will be mostly clear, with a continued slight rise in temperature, within average for the season.