The current conditions show a weak area of low pressure affecting our region.
Expect predominantly clear skies today, although localized low clouds may be present initially. Winds will start from the southeast to the southwest and vary locally, remaining light at 3 Beaufort. As the day progresses, the winds will shift mainly to the southwest to northwest, with a light to moderate breeze at 3 to 4 Beaufort. In some coastal areas, particularly the west and south, winds may reach a moderate strength of 4 Beaufort. The sea will be calm, becoming a little rough in the southwest during the afternoon. Temperature-wise, anticipate highs of around 37 degrees Celsius inland, approximately 32 degrees on the eastern and southeastern coasts, around 31 degrees along the remaining coastal areas, and approximately 27 degrees in the higher mountain regions.
The weather will remain predominantly clear during the night. Winds will be primarily from the northwest to northeast, with a southeastern breeze on the northern coast, all at a light strength of 3 Beaufort. The sea conditions will be calm to slightly rough. Temperatures are expected to drop to around 20 degrees Celsius inland, approximately 22 degrees on the coast, and around 16 degrees in the higher mountain areas.
Both Saturday and Sunday will see mostly clear weather.
Extended forecast for Monday
The weather will continue to be predominantly clear on Monday. However, in the afternoon, clouds are expected to build up in the mountainous regions. Temperature-wise, a gradual increase is anticipated until Sunday, with temperatures well above average climatic values. On Monday, temperatures are forecasted to drop slightly.
Stay tuned for updates as weather conditions may change.