Weak seasonal low pressure affects the area.
Today, after the dissolution of the local low cloud or even light fog, the weather will be mostly clear. The winds will blow in the morning southeast to southwest and locally west to northwest, light to moderate, 3 to 4 Beaufort to become in the afternoon southwest to northwest, moderate and temporarily on the south coast to strong, 4 to 5 Beaufort. The sea will be a little turbulent in the morning, on the west coast and calm until a little turbulent on the rest of the coast to become generally a little turbulent in the afternoon. The temperature will rise to around 36 degrees inland, around 33 on the south, east and north coasts, around 27 on the west coast and around 28 degrees in the higher mountains.
Tonight, the weather will be mostly clear but in the west there will be temporarily increased low clouds. During the mainly rainy hours, light fog and low clouds are expected locally, mainly in the eastern half of the island. The winds will blow northwest to northeast and locally southwest, weak, 2 to 3 Beaufort. The sea will be calm to a little turbulent, except in the west where it will remain a little turbulent. The temperature will drop to around 21 degrees inland and on the north coast, around 22 on the south and east coast, around 20 on the west coast and around 17 degrees in the higher mountains.
On Monday, the weather will be mostly clear. On Tuesday, the weather will be mostly clear but temporarily increased clouds that will be observed may give, in the afternoon, isolated rain, in the east and in the west. At night and early in the morning it is expected to be observed, locally, light fog and low cloud cover. On Wednesday the weather will be mostly clear.
The temperature is not expected to change significantly until Tuesday and will fluctuate in the average climatic values, while on Wednesday it is expected in places small rise to be slightly above average climatic values.