A low pressure system is affecting the area with highs in the mid 30’s and officials forecasting chances of rain in the afternoon.
Wednesday skies will remain mostly clear in many parts of the island while clouds around noon and in the afternoon will be accompanied with chances of showers mainly in the mountains.
Very strong winds are expected in the south where sea will range in the afternoon from relatively calm to turbulent waters in the south.
Mostly clear skies but also cloudy weather with low rain chances are expected on Thursday and over the next few days
Maximum highs are expected to reach 35° degrees Celsius inland, around 32 in the south, north, and along the eastern shores, around 29 out west, while it will be 27 up in the mountains.
Increasing low-altitude clouds are expected on and off in the evening with chances of light fog forming over local areas, mainly in the very early morning hours.
Minimum lows will be 21 degrees in the interior and in the north, around 22 in all other coastal regions, while it will be 16 up in the mountains.
Mostly clear skies but also cloudy weather with low rain chances are expected on Thursday and over the next few days. Isolated storms are more likely on Friday and Saturday, mainly in the mountains and foothill areas but also somewhat less likely over parts in the interior.