Monday will start off cloudy with isolated showers and possible thunderstorms in the eastern half of the island. The weather front will move southeast and affect most of the island, with afternoon clouds bringing rains and possible storms in the mountains, and in the south, east and interior and temperatures as low as 4C below the norm for the season.

Temperatures during the day are expected at 27C in the interior, 24C on the coasts, and 14C in the higher mountains. Winds will be south- to north-westerly, initially light to moderate, up to 4 Beaufort and gradually turning to strong, up to 5 Beaufort. The sea will be rough.

Overnight will be mostly clear with low cloud on the the coasts. Temperatures will drop to 15C inland, 16C on the coast, and 7C in the higher mountains. Winds will initially be south- to north-westerly, light to moderate, up to 4 Beaufort, gradually abating to 3 Beaufort. The sea will remain somewhat rough.

Tuesday and Wednesday is expected to be cloudy with afternoon rains, especially in the mountains, the south, the east and the interior, while Thursday will be sunny.

Temperatures are expected rise through Thursday, reaching to close to average for the season.