The first weekend in June will be wet and cloudy with temperatures in the upper 20’s, while rain showers are expected to last through Tuesday with a chance of thunderstorms and possible hail in parts of the island.
There will be cloudy skies on Saturday with a chance of rain showers and isolated thunderstorms.
There is also a chance of hail in some parts of the island under heavy rain, according to the official weather forecast.
Maximum temperatures are expected to reach 29° Celsius inland, 27° around the coast, and 19° up in the highest elevations on the mountains.
A storm and hail watch may remain in effect for some parts of the island during thunderstorms
The evening is expected to develop into mostly clear weather but cloud formations in local areas could bring rain showers and even thunderstorms in the northern and eastern parts of the island.
Low temperatures are expected to drop to 17° Celsius inland, around 18° in the western and northern coasts, around 19° in the rest of the coastal regions, and 11° up in the mountains.
Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday will be mostly clear in the morning but cloudy skies will set in later at noon and in the afternoon, with a chance of rain showers and isolated thunderstorms mainly at higher elevations, as well as inland, south, and out west on Sunday and Monday.
Tuesday’s storm watch is expected to cover areas on the southeastern coast, parts inland as well as up in the mountains.
A storm and hail watch may remain in effect for some parts of the island during thunderstorms, while overall temperatures are expected to rise slightly on Sunday and remain at the same level on Monday.