Weak low pressure affects the area. Dust will be observed in the atmosphere, the concentrations of which are expected to be temporarily increased, while its gradual decrease is expected from Wednesday onwards.
Today, the weather will be mostly clear but temporarily there will be increased clouds that are likely to give isolated rain, especially in the mountains. The winds will blow mainly northeast to east weak to moderate, 3 to 4 beauforts, and later temporarily locally to strong, 4 to 5 beauforts. The sea will initially be calm to a little turbulent, to gradually become a little turbulent. The temperature will rise to around 29 degrees inland, around 27 on the south and west coasts, around 25 on the east and north coasts and around 22 degrees in the higher mountains.
Tonight, the weather will gradually become mostly clear. The winds will initially blow northwest to northeasterly to moderate, 3 to 4 beauforts, to gradually become mainly westerly to northwesterly to moderate, 3 to 4 beauforts, but temporarily locally on the west coast to strong, 4 to 5 beauforts. The sea will generally be a little turbulent however by the morning hours on the west coast it will become quite turbulent. The temperature will drop to around 15 degrees inland, around 16 on the south and east coasts, around 18 on the rest of the coast and around 12 degrees in the higher mountains.
The Wednesday, the weather will be mostly clear at first, but gradually clouds that will develop may give individual rain. In the evening and early in the morning, it is possible, mainly in the west, to form light fog and low clouds.
On Thursday, initially there will be clouds that will gradually thicken and are expected to give local rains or even a thunderstorm. The temperature will drop gradually, to fluctuate slightly below the average climatic values.
On Friday, the weather will be mostly clear. The temperature is expected to rise slightly.