Dust will continue to plague the atmosphere while a weak low-pressure system continues bringing isolated showers around the island. Dust levels are expected to decrease beginning Wednesday.
Today, the weather will be mostly clear with increasing clouds giving way to isolated showers, especially in the mountains. The winds will blow mainly northeast to east, weak to moderate at 3 to 4 Beaufort, picking up later in the day. Temperatures will rise to around 29 degrees inland, around 27 on the south and west coasts, around 25 on the east and north coasts and around 22 degrees in the higher mountains.
Tonight, the weather be mostly clear. The winds will initially blow northwest to the northeast at a moderate 3 to 4 Beaufort, gradually changing course, mainly blowing west to northwest. Winds may increase intermittently on the west coast at 4 to 5 Beaufort. Temperatures will drop to around 15 degrees inland, around 16 on the south and east coasts, around 18 on the rest of the coast and around 12 degrees in the higher mountains.
On Wednesday, the weather will be mostly clear, with clouds developing later in the day giving way to isolated showers. Low clouds and light fog are a possibility in the evening and early morning mainly in the west.
On Thursday, cloudy skies give way to isolated showers and local thunderstorms. Temperatures will gradually drop fluctuating slightly below the average climatic values.
On Friday, the weather will be mostly clear. The temperature is expected to rise slightly.