Low blood pressure will affect the area.
Today, after the dissolution of the local sparse fog and low cloud cover, the weather will become mostly clear. Thin dust will be suspended in the atmosphere, which is expected to gradually subside from tomorrow. The winds will initially blow mainly northeast to southeast, 2 to 3 beauforts, to become in the afternoon mainly southwest to northwest, weak to moderate, 3 to 4 beauforts. The sea will be calm to a little turbulent and locally late in the afternoon on the south coast a little turbulent. The temperature will rise to 35 degrees inland, around 28 on the southeast and east coasts and around 27 degrees on the rest of the coast as well as in the higher mountains.
Tonight, the weather will be mostly clear, but from time to time there will be increased low clouds mainly in coastal areas. Locally sparse fog or fog is expected to form during the mainly cloudy hours. The winds will blow southwest to northwest and later locally northeast to southeast, 3 beauforts, but initially on the south and east coasts to moderate, 3 to 4 beauforts. The sea will be calm to a little turbulent but locally initially on the south coast a little turbulent. The temperature will drop to around 16 degrees inland and higher mountains, around 18 on the south and east coasts and around 19 degrees on the rest of the coast.
On Friday, the weather will be mostly clear. On Saturday and Sunday, the weather will be mostly clear, however at noon and early afternoon there will be locally increased clouds, which may give isolated rain on Sunday, mainly in the mountains. In the evenings and early in the morning, locally light fog or fog and low cloud cover are expected.
On Friday the temperature is expected to drop slightly, however remaining above the average climatic values, mainly in the interior and in the mountainous. On Saturday and Sunday the temperature is not expected to change significantly.