Alternating periods of sunshine and cloudiness during much of the day today, giving way to isolated showers and thunderstorms in the afternoon mainly in the mountains and inland. The winds will blow in the morning mainly south to southwest, varying in local areas at 3 Beaufort, eventually blowing southwesterly to the northwest by noon at a light to moderate 3 to 4 Beaufort. The sea will be calm to a little rough. Temperatures will rise to around 31 degrees inland, around 29 on the south, east and north coasts, around 28 on the west coast and around 22 degrees in the higher mountains.
Tonight, the weather will be mostly clear but expect light fog and low clouds to form in some areas, mainly inland and in the southeast part of the island. The winds will blow initially southwesterly to northwesterly at about 3 to 4 Beaufort, gradually changing direction and blowing northwesterly to northeasterly at around 2 to 3 Beaufort. The sea will be calm to a little rough. Temperatures will drop to around 19 degrees inland, around 20 on the south and east coasts, around 21 on the west and north coasts and around 15 degrees in the higher mountains.
On Thursday, the weather will be mostly clear, however, developing clouds could give way to isolated showers or thunderstorms in the mountains in the early afternoon. On Friday and Saturday, the weather will be mostly clear.
The temperature will gradually rise significantly until Saturday, more noticeable inland and in the mountains, fluctuating on Friday and Saturday above the average climatic values.