Clear skies are expected for most of the weekend with some afternoon clouds, while Friday temperatures in the mid-30’s will climb Saturday for the next three days but only slightly.
Friday weather will be mostly clear with some cloud formations in the afternoon. But there were no rainclouds or air quality warnings in the forecast.
Winds will start as light mainly southerly and northwesterly and will become strong winds in the afternoon while very strong winds are expected along the southern coastline in the late afternoon.
Weather will be mostly clear with some cloud formations in the afternoon, but there were no rainclouds or air quality warnings in the forecast
The sea will be relatively calm in the early part of the day while there will be choppy waters in the afternoon during windfall.
Maximum temperatures are expected to reach 36° Celsius inland, 31 on the western coast, around 33 in the rest of the coastal regions and 28 on the mountains.
Evening skies will be mostly clear with low clouds developing in some areas.
Minimum temperatures will register 22° inland, 25 out west, 23 in all other coastal areas, while it will be 15 degrees up on the mountains.
Saturday will be mostly clear with patches of cloudy skies out west.
Temperatures are expected to rise slightly to normal average levels for late July, with highs remaining in the upper 30’s for Sunday and Monday as well.