The patient high blood pressure, which affects the area, subsides from tomorrow. Light dust may be observed in the atmosphere from tonight, but dust concentrations are expected to increase on Tuesday.
Today the weather will be mostly clear, with locally increased clouds. Early in the morning it is possible to observe local sparse fog, inside, which will soon dissolve. In the afternoon, temporarily increased high clouds will be observed. The winds will blow in the morning variable patients, 3 beauforts, to later become southwesterly to northwesterly, weak to moderate, 3 to 4 beauforts. The sea will be calm to a little turbulent, but late in the afternoon a little turbulent, in the wind. The temperature will rise to around 21 degrees inland, around 20 on the east and southeast coasts, around 19 on the rest of the coast and around 13 degrees in the higher mountains.
Tonight the weather will be mostly clear, with locally increased clouds at intervals, in the west and in the north. The winds will blow southwest to northwest and locally to north, weak and temporarily in places up to moderate, 3 to 4 Beaufort. The sea will be calm to a little turbulent, but later, in the leewards west and north, it will become a little turbulent. The temperature will drop to around 7 degrees inland, around 10 on the west coast, around 9 on the rest of the coast and around 3 degrees in the higher mountains, where frost is likely to form locally.
On Sunday and Monday the weather will be mostly clear, with locally increased clouds, which are likely to give isolated, mostly light, rains.
On Tuesday the weather will be partly cloudy and at times cloudy, while in the late afternoon and evening local, mainly light, rains are expected.
The temperature is not expected to change significantly, during the three days, to fluctuate slightly above the average climatic values.