Thursday skies will be clear throughout most of the island, while scattered clouds and low chances of rain remain in the forecast over local areas.
A high pressure weather system is moving in as the low barometric began to recede Thursday early morning, with winds ranging from weak to moderate at best. The sea will be relatively calm but choppy waters are expected on the northern coast and mainly out west.
Over the weekend there will be fluctuations between clear weather and partly cloudy skies, with increasing clouds expected in the evenings
Maximum high temperatures will climb to 18° Celsius both inland and coastal regions, while it will be 7° degrees up in the highest elevations.
Minimum lows will drop down to 7° Celsius inland, around 9° over the coastal areas, while it will be 1° degree (one) up in the highest elevations. Frost is expected to form at the highest peaks, where snow already made an appearance earlier this week.
Friday weather will be mostly clear while afternoon and evening clouds will set in sporadically. Temperatures are expected to climb slightly, just above normal averages for this time of the year.
Over the weekend there will be fluctuations between clear weather and partly cloudy skies, while increasing clouds are expected in the evenings Saturday and Sunday.