A low pressure system has moved into the area as temperatures begin to drop with chances of rain later in the week mainly out west.
Monday skies were expected to be clear in the early part of the day with increasing clouds in the afternoon, mainly in the mountains, and very strong winds along the southern coastline.
Maximum highs are expected to reach 37° degrees Celsius inland, around 30 on the west coast, around 33 in all other coastal regions, while it will be 28 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 21 degrees in the interior as well as in the east and along southeastern parts, around 20 in all other coastal regions, while it will be 17 up in the mountains.
Tuesday and Wednesday weather will be mostly clear with increasing cloud formations over local areas mainly in the mountains. A further temperature drop is expected on Wednesday.
Rain chances are likely by midweek on the western coast where clouds will be increasing around noon and in the afternoon hours. Thursday temperatures are not expected to change.