Low pressure and instability affect the area.
Today, initially, the weather will be mostly clear, although locally, mainly in the west and northeast, temporarily increased clouds will be observed. At noon and early in the afternoon clouds that will develop are expected to give local rains and isolated thunderstorms mainly in the mountains and areas of the interior. In a storm hail is likely to fall. The winds will blow, initially mainly southwesterly up to 3 Beaufort, to gradually become southwesterly to northwesterly, weak to moderate, 3 to 4 and locally on the south coast in the afternoon, moderate to strong 4 to 5 Beaufort. The sea will be a little turbulent. The temperature will rise to around 33 degrees inland, around 30 on the north coast around 28 on the rest of the coast and around 22 degrees in the higher mountains.
Tonight the weather will be generally mostly clear, although locally on the west and north coasts there will be low clouds. During the dawn hours, locally sparse fog or fog and low cloud cover are expected to form, mainly in the eastern half of the island. The winds will gradually become variable 2 to 3 Beaufort. The sea will be calm to a little turbulent. The temperature will drop to around 18 degrees inland and on the north coast, around 19 on the rest of the coast and around 14 degrees in the higher mountains.
On Tuesday at noon and in the afternoon, clouds are expected to develop to give local rains and isolated thunderstorms mainly in the mountains and inland. In a storm hail is likely to fall. On Wednesday the weather will initially be mostly clear, while at noon and early in the afternoon clouds that will develop are expected to give isolated rains or thunderstorms in the mountains and in the eastern half of the island. On Thursday, temporarily increased clouds that will be observed during the noon hours may give isolated short rain in the mountains.
The temperature will gradually rise slightly and will fluctuate close to the average climatic values.