On Friday in the morning increased clouds are expected to bring isolated rains, while after noon the weather will turn mostly sunny, however, dust will be present in the air. Winds will be mainly north-easterly to south-easterly, moderate to strong and locally transient, up to to very strong, 6 Beaufort. The sea will be rough. Temperatures will rise to 33C inland, 29 Con the coast and 24C in the higher mountains.

Overnight the weather will be mainly clear with increased high clouds at times. Winds will initially be north-easterly to south-easterly, weak to moderate, up to 4 Beaufort, later becoming mainly south-easterly to south-westerly of the same intensity. The sea will gradually turn rough. Temperatures will drop to 18C inland, 19C on the coast and 16C in the higher mountains.

On Saturday, the weather will be mostly clear with locally increased clouds at times. The dust in the atmosphere is expected to subside.

On Sunday and Monday, there will be increased cloud cover which with possibility of isolated rains or a storm, mainly in the mountains and the interior.

Temperatures will gradually drop through Sunday, fluctuating below the average for the season, with no significant change expected on Monday.