Rain showers in the evening are expected Monday as a low pressure system is moving into the area for at least until midweek.
Monday skies will be mostly cloudy with formations mainly at medium and high altitudes, with daytime highs reaching 21 degrees Celsius inland and along the coast while it will be 16 high up in the mountains.
Overall temperatures are dropping gradually and noticeably in the early part of the week to reach levels slightly below normal averages by midweek, while dust is also running at moderate levels, with weather officials saying air quality will clear by Wednesday.
Monday evening skies will remain mostly cloudy with isolated showers and thunderstorms expected in local areas. Temperatures will drop to 12 degrees inland, around 15 in coastal regions, while it will be 8 higher up.
Tuesday and Wednesday weather will remain mostly cloudy with high chances of showers and isolated thunderstorms in local areas, while snow is also expected high up in the mountains.
Mixed weather is expected Thursday with mostly clear skies and sunshine but also periods of increasing clouds with chances of rain showers and local storms as well as snowfall in the mountains.