The Met Office has issued a yellow warning for thunderstorms and hail that will be in effect from 11:00 on Saturday morning until 18:00 in the afternoon of the same day. Isolated strong thunderstorms, possibly accompanied by hail, are expected to affect mainly inland and northern areas of the island. The intensity of the rain is expected to vary between 35 and 55 mm per hour.
As for the general weather forecast, weak high pressure is affecting the region, but low pressure is expected to affect the region from tomorrow. Tonight, the weather will be partly cloudy with medium to high clouds, and winds will be mainly north to northeast, light 3, and locally up to moderate 4 Beaufort. The sea will be a little rough. Temperatures will drop to 15 degrees inland, around 18 degrees on the coast, and 13 degrees in the higher mountains.
Tomorrow, the weather will be partly cloudy with medium to high clouds, with the possibility of light rain mainly in the highlands. In the atmosphere, there will be sparse dust. Winds will blow mainly northeast to southeast, moderate to strong, 4 to 5 Beaufort, and the sea will be slightly rough to choppy. Temperatures will rise to 31 degrees inland, around 30 degrees on the coast, and 23 degrees in the higher mountains.
Tomorrow night, increasing clouds are likely to give isolated rain, and winds will be mainly south to southwest, moderate to strong, 4 to 5 Beaufort, and the sea will be slightly choppy.
At the weekend, the weather will be mostly cloudy at times, and localized showers and isolated thunderstorms are expected. On Monday, isolated showers are expected without excluding isolated showers. The temperature will drop markedly to below-average climatic values.