A weak low-pressure system is dominating the area.
The weather for today will begin with clear skies, but as the afternoon progresses, expect the development of clouds leading to local showers and isolated thunderstorms, primarily in the mountains, inland areas, and the northern region. Thunderstorms may also bring the possibility of hail. Initially, the winds will be variable and light, around 3 Beaufort, gradually shifting from mainly southwest to northwest and becoming light to moderate, ranging from 3 to 4 Beaufort. The sea conditions will be slightly rough. Temperature-wise, expect a rise to approximately 26 degrees Celsius in the interior and coastal areas, while the higher mountains will experience temperatures around 20 degrees Celsius.
During the night, expect partly cloudy skies with low clouds. The winds will gradually shift and become variable, remaining light at 2 to 3 Beaufort. The sea conditions will be calm to slightly choppy. As for temperatures, they will drop to around 15 degrees Celsius inland and on the northern coast, approximately 18 degrees Celsius on the rest of the coast, and as low as 8 degrees Celsius in the higher mountains.
On Wednesday, isolated showers are expected, primarily in the mountains, with activity increasing after midday. Thursday and Friday will see a buildup of average clouds, resulting in local light showers. Additionally, there may be dust in the atmosphere, mainly occurring from Thursday afternoon onwards.
Regarding temperatures, gradual and noticeable warming can be anticipated, exceeding the typical climatic values.