Weak low pressure affects the area.
Tonight the weather will be mostly clear with gradually increasing high clouds. The winds will blow mainly northwest at a moderate 4 Beaufort, progressively dropping to under 4 Beaufort. The sea will be a little rough and temperatures will drop to around 14 degrees inland and on the north coast, around 16 on the rest of the coast and around 6 degrees in the higher mountains.
Tomorrow the weather will be mostly clear with increasing clouds in the southeast in the early afternoon. The winds will blow mainly northwesterly to northeasterly at a light to moderate 3 to 4 Beaufort, progressively increasing to a stronger 4 to 5 Beaufort, then gradually reducing to a moderate 4 Beaufort. Moderately rough seas continue today, while temperatures will rise to around 26 degrees inland, around 25 on the south, north and east coasts, around 22 on the west coast and around 16 degrees in the higher mountains.
Tomorrow night, the weather will be mostly clear. Winds will blow mainly northwesterly at a moderate 3 to 4 Beaufort while seas will be calmer.
On Sunday the weather will be mostly clear with clouds gradually increasing in the evening.
On Monday, cloud cover will gradually increase giving way to isolated showers mainly in the mountain areas.
On Tuesday, initially, the weather will be mostly clear, subsequently giving way to isolated showers in the early afternoon, mainly in the mountains, but possibly inland.
From Monday afternoon there will be some dust in the atmosphere.
The temperature will gradually rise until Tuesday, fluctuating slightly above the average climatic values.