On Monday the weather will be mostly clear, although locally in coastal areas there will be increased low cloud cover. In the afternoon clouds may bring isolated showers, mainly in the north. Thin dust will be observed in the atmosphere in the morning, which is expected to subside by the afternoon.
Winds will initially be north-easterly to south-easterly and westerly to south-westerly, weak, 3 Beaufort becoming south-easterly to south-westerly and later north-westerly at noon, moderate, 3 to 4 Beaufort and at times strong on the south and east coasts, up to 5 Beaufort. The sea will be slightly rough, gradually becoming rough on the south and west coats.
Temperatures will rise to 32C inland, 29C on the west coast, 31C on the north coast, 30C on the east coast and 21C on the higher mountains.
On Monday night the weather will be partly cloudy at times and isolated showers are possible, mainly in the north and west. Winds will be mainly south-westerly to north-westerly, weak, 3 Beaufort. The sea will be slightly rough to rough on the north and west coasts and slightly rough on the remaining coasts. Temperatures will drop to 19C in the interior and southwest coast, 22C on the remaining coasts and 15C in the higher mountains.
On Tuesday the weather will be partly cloudy at times and isolated rains are expected. On Wednesday and Thursday the weather will initially be mostly clear with temporarily increased cloud cover. During the afternoon more clouds will develop, which are expected to give isolated rains or even an isolated storm, mainly in the north, the interior and the mountains.
Temperatures will see a gradual drop until Wednesday and no appreciable change on Thursday, remaining close to average for the season.