Today initially the weather will be mainly clear but at noon and in early afternoon, increased cloud locally is expected to give isolated showers and or storms in the mountains, inland and possibly in some areas on the southern coast, with the possibility of hail during storms.
An unstable air mass is affecting the area.
The temperature will reach 30 degrees C inland, on the southern and the eastern coast, around 28 C on the western and northern coast and 23 C in the mountains.
Tonight it will be generally mainly clear, with temperatures falling to around 17 C inland, the west and the northern coast, 18 C on the northern and eastern coast and 11 C in the mountains.
On Monday it will be partly cloudy and after noon isolated showers and or storms, mainly on higher ground and inland, are expected. The temperature is not expected to change significantly, staying just above the average for time of year.
On Tuesday and Wednesday it will be mainly cloudy, with local rain and isolated storms. The temperature will gradually drop to below average for time of year.