Weak low pressure is gradually beginning to affect the area. There will be occasional light dust in the atmosphere.
Today, after the dissolution of the local thin fog and low clouds, the weather will be intermittently cloudy mainly with medium and high clouds, while local rains are expected, which in some cases may be accompanied by thunder. Winds will be northeast to southeast, initially light to moderate, 3 to 4 Beaufort and gradually moderate to strong, 4 to 5 Beaufort. The sea will generally be slightly rough to rough. The temperature will rise to around 19 degrees in the interior, around 20 on the coasts and around 10 degrees in the higher mountains.
In the evening, the weather will gradually become mainly clear, while at intervals there will be locally increased cloudiness, which, later on the northern coasts, cannot be ruled out to give isolated rain. Winds will continue to blow northeast to southeast and later mostly northeast, light and locally moderate, 3 to 4 Beaufort. The sea will generally remain slightly rough to rough. The temperature will drop to around 10 degrees in the interior, around 12 along the coast and around 7 in the higher mountains.
On Monday, the locally increased clouds that will are observed at intervals, are expected to give isolated showers and possible and isolated storm. In the atmosphere initially, light dust will be suspended, which will gradually subside.
On Tuesday, locally increased clouds will be observed at intervals, which are expected to give isolated rain , during the midday hours and beyond. In the evening, in the west and in the north, isolated showers may occur. Isolated rains are expected on Wednesday, without ruling out the occurrence of an isolated storm.
The temperature until Wednesday is expected to drop gradually, to fluctuate around average climatic values for the season.