There are a few days left until Autumn comes, but it seems that the heat is not saying to leave. For today, the Department of Meteorology issued a Yellow Warning valid from 12:30 to 16:00, while the level of “Red Alarm” on Saturday remains the risk of causing forest fires.
According to the warning of the Meteorological Service, today maximum temperature is expected to rise to around 41 degrees inland and around 33 in the higher mountains.
Moreover, according to the Department of Forests, the risk of explosion and spread of forest fires remains at the level of “Red Alarm”.
Seasonal low pressure affects the area.
Today the weather will be mostly clear. The winds will blow in the morning variable patients, up to 3 beauforts, to later become mainly southwesterly to northwesterly, weak to moderate, 3 to 4 beauforts. Late in the afternoon, on the south coast, they will blow locally to strong, 4 to 5 Beaufort. The sea will be a little turbulent and south to turbulent. The temperature will rise to around 41 degrees inland, to 35 on the north and east coasts and around 33 degrees on the rest of the coast as well as in the higher mountains.
Tonight the weather will be mostly clear. Locally, low clouds and light fog are expected. The winds will be southwesterly to northwesterly and locally variable, weak and on the leeward coast moderate, 3 to 4 Beaufort and the sea will be slightly turbulent. The temperature will drop to around 22 degrees inland, to 23 on the coast and around 20 degrees in the higher mountains.
On Sunday, Monday and Tuesday the weather will be mostly clear. In the evening and early in the morning, local low cloud cover and light fog or fog are expected. The temperature will drop gradually by Monday, inland and in the mountains, but no significant change is expected on the coast, to be generally slightly above the average climatic values on Monday. On Tuesday the temperature will remain at Monday levels.