Weather officials say Monday skies will be mainly clear while a partial yellow alert goes into effect due to high temperatures expected to reach 41 degrees around the capital.
Monday weather will be mostly clear with southwesterly and northwesterly winds starting from weak to moderate and turning into strong winds on the southwestern coast in the late afternoon.
High temperature is expected to reach 41 Celsius inland, while it will be 34 along the southern and coasts, and around 32 in all other coastal regions as well as up on the mountains.
An official extreme high temperature alert will go into effect Monday from 11am to 5pm, with officials warning the public to take precautions
Minimum lows are expected to drop to 25 inland, around 24 in the south and east, 23 in the rest of the coastal regions, while 20 degrees will be registered up in the higher elevations.
An official extreme high temperature alert will go into effect Monday from 11am to 5pm, with officials warning the public to take precautions and follow hot weather safety tips.
People who are particularly sensitive to hot weather, including senior citizens, young children, pregnant women, and people with a health condition, should take precautions, such as drink plenty of fluids (water), dress lightly, avoid extended exposure to the sun, and stay in cooled areas using air fans or air condition units.
Tuesday weather will be mostly clear while cloudy skies are expected Wednesday and Thursday.
Temperatures are expected to take a dip in the middle of the week, with Thursday temperatures reaching normal seasonal averages.