Weak high pressure affects the area.
There will be increasing clouds throughout the day. Winds will be variably light at 3 Beaufort at first, then gradually coming mainly from the southwest to northwest, light to moderate 3 to 4, and passing southwest in the afternoon to a stronger 4 to 5 Beaufort. The sea will be a little rough. The temperature will rise to around 18 degrees inland and along the coasts, and around 12 degrees higher in the mountains.
Tonight, the west and north will experience a brief increase in cloud cover. The sea will be calm to slightly rough with light to moderate winds, mostly from the northwest to the northeast. In the interior, the temperature will drop to about 5 degrees, the coasts to about 8 degrees, and the higher mountains to about 2 degrees, where local frost is anticipated to form.
Tuesday will see an increase in clouds, which is anticipated to cause sporadic light rains in the mountains. The weather will start out mostly clear on Wednesday and Thursday, but localized increasing clouds are expected to bring isolated rain, mainly in the mountains, at noon and in the afternoon.
It's unlikely that the temperature will change over the next three days and is expected to remain slightly above the average climatic values.