On Thursday the weather will be partly cloudy with possibility isolated light rains, especially in the mountains. Dust will be present in the atmosphere. Winds will initially be variable and light, 3 Beaufort, in the afternoon turning mainly south-westerly to north-westerly, light to moderate, up to 4 Beaufort. The sea will be calm to slightly rough. Temperatures will rise to 34 C inland, 30 C on the south and east coasts, 28 C on the north coast, 27 C on the west coast and 23 C in the higher mountains.

Overnight there will be intermittently increased high clouds. Winds will be mainly westerly to north-westerly and locally north-easterly, weak, up to 3 Beaufort. The sea will remain calm to slightly rough. Temperatures will drop to 20 C in the interior, 21 C on the southeast, east and west coasts, 19 C on the remaining coasts and 15 C in the higher mountains.

On Friday locally increased clouds may bring isolated showers or a thunderstorm, mainly in the mountains and inland after noon. Temperatures on Friday are not expected to change significantly.

Saturday and Sunday will start off clear with clouds developing after noon and rain expected. Temperatures will drop to fluctuate below the average for the season.