Weak high pressure temporarily affects the area, while gradually from Monday, weak low pressure begins to settle in.
Today the weather will be mostly sunny, however, initially on the northern coasts and later mainly in the mountains, there will be temporarily locally increased clouds which may not exclude isolated rain. Winds will initially blow variable light, 3 Beaufort, to gradually become by the afternoon mainly southeast to southwest, light and locally to moderate, 3 to 4 Beaufort. The sea on the western and northern coasts locally will be a little rough, while on the other coasts it will be calm to a little rough. The temperature will rise to around 26 degrees in the interior, in the southeast and on the northern coasts, around 25 on the rest of the coasts and around 15 degrees in the higher mountains.
Tonight the weather will be mostly clear. During the morning hours, in areas in the east of the island as well as in the interior, there may be thin fog or even low cloud cover. The winds will blow northwest to northeast and on the northern coast southeast, weak, 3 Beaufort. The sea will be calm to a little rough. The temperature will drop to around 10 degrees in the interior, around 16 on the west and north coasts, around 15 on the south and east coasts and around 9 degrees in the higher mountains.
On Sunday and On Monday, the weather will be mostly clear, however, increased high clouds will be observed. During the morning hours, in areas in the east of the island as well as in the interior, thin fog or even low clouds may be observed.
On Tuesday the weather will gradually become partly cloudy and temporarily locally mainly cloudy, while expected isolated showers and possible isolated storms, initially in the western half of the island and later in other areas.
The temperature until Tuesday is not expected to change significantly, to remain above the average climatic values for the season.