A low pressure system is affecting the area with the interior still under a hot sun in the upper 30’s, low 30’s along the coast, and low chances of mountain rain in the afternoon.
Mostly clear skies are expected on Monday while increasing clouds in the afternoon will likely be accompanied by low chances of showers and possibly storms in the interior and in the mountains. Moderate winds will become very strong winds in the south in the late afternoon.
Maximum highs are expected to reach 39° degrees Celsius inland, 31 on the west coast and in the mountains, while it will be 32 in all other coastal regions.
Temperatures are expected to drop slightly on Tuesday while Thursday will climb above normal averages at least inland and in the mountains
Evening weather will be mostly clear but with low clouds and light fog, and a chance of fog. Minimum lows will drop to 22 in the interior, eastern and southern coasts, around 20 in all other coastal regions, while it will be 18 degrees up in the mountains.
Tuesday weather will be mostly clear with local clouds and light fog until they disperse later in the day, while isolated showers and possibly storms are expected in the afternoon hours mainly in the mountains and inland.
Rain is not expected Wednesday or Thursday according to the forecast, with mostly clear weather while increasing clouds will show up in the mountains by mid-week.
Temperatures are expected to drop slightly on Tuesday and remain close to the normal averages for this time of the year, while Thursday temperatures will climb above normal averages at least inland and in the mountains.