Weak low pressure affects the area.
Today the weather will be partly cloudy and, mainly from noon onwards, local rains and isolated thunderstorms are expected, mainly in the mountains and in the eastern half of the island. In a storm, hail is not ruled out. The winds will blow southwesterly to northwesterly, moderate to strong, 4 to 5 beauforts and locally in the leeward strong, 5 beauforts. The sea will be generally turbulent, except on the east coast, where it will be slightly turbulent to turbulent. The temperature will rise to around 25 degrees inland, around 24 on the south and east coasts, around 22 on the rest of the coast and around 15 degrees in the higher mountains.
Tonight the weather will be mostly clear, however initially, locally increased clouds will be observed. The winds will blow initially, westerly to northwesterly, moderate to strong, 4 to 5 beauforts, to gradually become northwesterly to northeasterly, moderate to moderate, 3 to 4 beauforts. The sea will generally become a little turbulent to turbulent, except on the east coast, where it will be a little turbulent. The temperature will drop to around 14 degrees inland, around 16 on the coast and around 9 degrees in the higher mountains.
On Friday the weather will be mostly clear, however clouds that will develop from noon and then, they are expected to give isolated rain or even a storm, mainly in the mountains.
At the weekend the weather will be mostly clear, however there will be temporarily increased clouds. From Sunday afternoon, there will be light dust in the atmosphere.
The temperature will gradually rise until Sunday, to fluctuate close to the average climatic values.