In the coming days, our region will experience the influence of weak high pressure, bringing about a mix of weather conditions. Today, anticipate partly cloudy skies as winds vary from northwest to southwest, initially light to moderate at 3 to 4 Beaufort.
As the day progresses, the winds will shift to mainly southwest to northwest, maintaining a light breeze at 3 Beaufort. The sea will exhibit a transition from choppy to slightly choppy.
Temperature-wise, expect highs around 19 degrees inland, approximately 20 degrees along the east and southeast coasts, and around 18 degrees along the rest of the coast. In higher elevations, temperatures will hover around 8 degrees.
Tonight, the skies will remain partly cloudy, with winds predominantly from the northwest to northeast at a light 2 to 3 Beaufort. The sea will be calm to slightly choppy.
Nighttime temperatures are forecasted to drop, reaching around 6 degrees inland, 7 degrees along the southeast and east coasts, and around 10 degrees along the rest of the coast. In the higher mountains, temperatures may dip to 1 degree, leading to the possibility of frost formation.
Looking ahead to Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, expect a continuation of partly cloudy conditions with a gradual and noticeable rise in temperatures. The weather is anticipated to remain above average during this period.