A warm air front is expected to start clearing out on Monday but not before another hot weekend with a yellow warning due to extreme high temperatures on Saturday.
Weather officials have issued a heat advisory for Saturday from 11am until 4pm, citing “extreme high temperature” expected to rise to around 40° degrees Celsius inland.
Friday skies will be mostly clear throughout the day while increasing clouds will appear in the early afternoon over local areas, mainly in the mountains and inland.
A three day forecast points to mostly clear weather, with temperatures gradually dropping to normal averages
Maximum highs are expected to reach 40° degrees Celsius inland, around 31 on the west coast, around 35 in all other coastal regions, while it will be 30 up in the mountains.
Evening weather is expected to be mostly clear with chances of low clouds and light fog forming over local areas. Minimum lows will be 23 degrees in the interior, 24 in the south and along the eastern coast, 21 in all other coastal regions, while it will be 17 up in the mountains.
A three day forecast for Sunday through Tuesday points to mostly clear weather, with temperatures gradually dropping down to the normal averages for this time of the year.
A warm air front affecting the island is expected to clear out by Tuesday morning, while cloudy weather is expected to set in mainly in the afternoon hours with increasing clouds in the interior and in the mountains.