The Department of Meteorology has issued a new yellow warning for rain and storms that will be in effect from 11:00 am on Saturday (29/04) until 18:00 pm on the same day. The warning indicates that localized showers and isolated thunderstorms, possibly accompanied by hail, are expected to affect mainly inland and mountainous areas. The intensity of the rain is expected to vary between 35 and 55 millimeters per hour.
The unsettled weather conditions caused by low pressure will continue to affect the area until Sunday. Today, the weather will be mainly cloudy with local rain and isolated storms in the afternoon. The phenomena will be intense and may even include hail. The winds will be moderate to temporarily strong, mainly blowing from the southwest to the west. The sea will be very rough.
In the evening, the weather will be partly cloudy, and isolated rains are possible, mainly in the mountains. The winds will be mainly northwesterly, light to moderate. The temperature will drop significantly in the higher mountains, where frost is likely to form locally.
Tomorrow, the weather will initially be partly cloudy with a chance of isolated showers, but gradually it will become mainly cloudy with local showers and isolated thunderstorms expected, and the phenomena are expected to be intense. Winds will be light to moderate initially, becoming mainly southwest to northwest, with rough seas. The temperature will rise, reaching around 21 degrees in the interior and on the coasts, and around 11 degrees in the higher mountains.
On Sunday, the weather will be partly cloudy with isolated showers and thunderstorms expected in the afternoon, mainly in inland and mountainous areas.
Monday and Tuesday will initially be mostly sunny, but there will be partly cloudy skies and isolated rains in the afternoon, mainly in the mountains. The temperature will gradually rise to be close to the climatic averages.