Low pressure is temporarily affecting the area.
Today the weather will be partly cloudy and initially isolated rains or even isolated storms are expected, but soon the effects will weaken. The winds will blow mainly from the north-west, initially moderate 4 and transiently in the wind to strong, 5 Beaufort but gradually by the afternoon they will become weak to moderate, 3 to 4 Beaufort. The sea will be rough in the morning to the west and north, on the other coasts a little rough to rough, while later it will become a little rough to rough on the western coasts as well. The temperature will rise to 21 degrees in the interior, around 23 on the coasts and 9 degrees in the higher mountains.
In the evening the weather will be mostly clear but at intervals there will be increased average and high clouds. Winds will blow northwest to northeast and on the northern coast southeast, weak 3 Beaufort. The sea will be a bit rough. The temperature will drop to 11 degrees in the interior, around 14 on the coast and 5 degrees in the higher mountains.
On Sunday and Monday the weather will be mainly cloudy with medium and high clouds and no local light rains are excluded.
On Tuesday the weather will be partly cloudy and in the afternoon isolated rains are possible, mainly in the west and the mountains.
The temperature will gradually rise small rise, to range close to climatic averages.