Afternoon showers and possibly thunderstorms are expected on Friday and through the weekend, as a low pressure system is affecting the entire area through Monday.
Friday skies will be mostly clear in the morning but cloud formations around noon and later in the afternoon are expected to bring local showers and possibly thunderstorms mainly in the interior and mountains.
Temperature highs will reach 36 degrees Celsius inland, around 34 in the north, 32 in the south and east, 31 in the west, while it will be 30 high up in the mountains.
Evening skies gradually become clear but low clouds and thin fog are also expected, as temperature lows drop to 23 degrees inland, 24 along the coast, while it will be 20 higher up.
Weekend and Monday weather will remain clear through the early parts of the day, but increasing clouds around midday are expected to raise chances of afternoon showers and possibly thunderstorms in the interior as well as in the mountains. Cloudy and foggy conditions are also expected overnight.
Overall temperatures are expected to remain roughly around normal averages for this time of the year and even slightly below normal levels in the interior and mountains.