Temperatures are once again on the rise after a mild weekend, with an interchange of clear skies and waterless clouds expected in the next few days along with increasing levels of dust in the atmosphere.
Monday skies will remain mostly clear with periods of scattered clouds throughout the day. Strong winds are expected in the southwest while there will be choppy waters at sea.
Temperatures are on a rising trajectory with above normal averages this week expected to be noticeable
Maximum high temperatures will reach 35° Celsius inland, around 30 in the east, around 27 in all other coastal regions, while it will be 26 degrees up in the highest elevations.
Minimum lows will drop down 18 degrees inland as well as in the eastern and southern parts, while it will be 16 in all other coastal regions as well as up in the mountains.
The next few days will remain mostly clear but also with periods of scattered clouds, mainly middle level and at high altitudes with no rain the forecast. Maximum highs on Tuesday are expected to reach 36 inland while dust levels are expected to rise.
Temperatures are on a rising trajectory over the next few days with weather officials warning that levels above normal averages for this time of the year will be increasingly noticeable.