Mixed weather is expected on the weekend as public beaches reopen after the end of lockdown, with sunny skies and clouds appearing on and off but also chances of thunderstorms.
An unstable air mass is affecting the island through Sunday, with moist convection playing a major factor on weather throughout the entire weekend.
Weather officials said there will be sunshine on Saturday but also cloudy skies on and off, with low to medium chances of showers in the morning and possibly thunderstorms later in the day.
Sea conditions are expected to range between relatively calm and choppy waters, with weak to moderate winds across the island but also some strong winds developing over windward areas in the afternoon.
Sunday afternoon will gradually become mostly clear but remain relatively cold, with northerly heavy winds expected over some local regions
Maximum temperatures are expected to reach 27 degrees Celsius in the interior as well as in the south and east, around 25 in all other coastal regions, while it will be 20 high up in the mountains.
In the evening, cloudy skies are expected with increasing clouds over local areas along with chances of isolated showers.
Northerly winds are expected to be strong later at nighttime, with temperature lows dropping down to 15 degrees inland as well as south and east, around 18 in all other coastal regions, while it will be 7 high up in the mountains.
Sunday will start off with morning rain along with local showers and low chances of thunderstorms. Afternoon weather will gradually become mostly clear but remain relatively cold, with northerly heavy winds expected over some local regions.
Monday and Tuesday skies will be mostly clear with daytime temperatures expected to rise once again close to normal averages for this time of the year.