Weak high pressure affects the area, while from Wednesday barometric low is expected to affect the area.
In the atmosphere may be observed sparse dust at intervals until Wednesday.
Today, the weather will initially be mostly clear but later increased high clouds are expected. The winds will blow northeast to southeast, weak, 3 Beaufort and temporarily locally to moderate, 3 to 4 Beaufort and the sea will be calm to slightly turbulent. The temperature will rise to around 23 degrees inland, around 22 on the coast and around 17 degrees in the higher mountains.
Tonight, there will be increased high clouds, while during the dawn hours, locally, mainly in the interior and in the east, light fog or low clouds may form. The winds will blow northwest as northeast and locally variable, weak, 2 to 3 Beaufort and the sea will be calm to slightly turbulent. The temperature will drop to around 9 degrees inland and in the higher mountains, around 12 on the south and east coasts and around 13 degrees on the west and north coasts.
On Tuesday, the weather will gradually become mostly cloudy with high clouds. On Wednesday, the weather will be mostly cloudy and from noon onwards, local rains and isolated thunderstorms are expected. At night, in the highest mountains it is possible to snow. On Thursday, the weather will remain mostly cloudy, with local rains and isolated thunderstorms as well as snow in the higher mountains.
The temperature is not expected to change significantly on Tuesday, remaining above the average climatic values.
On Wednesday, a slight drop in temperature is generally expected, but in the west and in the higher mountains a drop is expected, however it will remain above the average climatic values. On Thursday, the temperature is expected to drop significantly, to fluctuate close to the average climatic values.