The week starts off with a warm air front still affecting the area, with Monday clear skies in the early part of the day and rain chances over areas in the afternoon.
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Monday weather is expected to be mostly clear throughout the day while increasing clouds are expected to appear over local areas in the afternoon, mainly in parts of the interior as well as in the mountains.
Local showers and storms in the mountains are also likely with chances also remaining in areas in the interior of the island. Reports said a similar weather pattern yielded brief showers in the capital on Sunday afternoon.
Strong winds are expected in the afternoon along the southern coast with maximum highs reaching 39° degrees Celsius inland, around 32 in the mountains and out west, and 34 in all other coastal regions.
Evening weather will remain mostly clear with chances of low clouds and light fog forming locally mainly along the coast. Minimum lows will reach up to 23 degrees in the interior as well as north and out west, around 24 in all other coastal regions, while it will be 19 up in the mountains.
Rain chances continue this week
Afternoon clouds are also in the forecast for Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday with chances of showers and possibly isolated thunderstorms inland and up in the mountains.
Evening weather over the next few days is expected to be mostly clear with chances of low clouds and light fog forming locally in the early morning hours mainly along the coast.
Temperature is not expected to change noticeably in the next few days, with levels in the interior and in the mountains remaining above the normal averages for this time of the year.