Weather officials issued a yellow warning for Thursday due to extreme high temperatures in the interior, while strong winds are expected along the southern coastline.
A heat warning has been issued for Thursday afternoon, from 1pm through 5pm, with officials citing extreme high temperatures in the interior of the island that could reach 42 degrees Celsius.
A warm air mass continues to affect the island with Thursday skies mostly clear and variable wind speeds.
Temperature highs will reach 42 degrees in the interior, around 37 in the north, 33 in the west, 35 in all other coastal regions, while it will be 32 high up in the mountains.
Evening weather will remain mostly clear with chances of light fog or fog as well as low cloud formations expected overnight in local areas.
Temperature lows will drop to 23 degrees in the interior as well as out west, around 24 in all other coastal regions, while it will be 22 high up in the mountains.
On Friday, after early morning clouds move out of the picture, weather will be mostly clear with some strong winds along the western coastline and inland temperatures expected to reach 43.
Saturday skies will be mostly clear with some occasional cloud formations mainly out west. Weekend temperatures are expected to gradually drop noticeably by Sunday, when increasing clouds with low chances of rain will continue through Monday mainly over the mountains and out west.