Rain and lower than average temperatures are expected this week as a low pressure system is affecting the region.
Monday will be cloudy at intervals, while increased cloud in the afternoon may give way to isolated showers and/or storms in the mountains, inland and west.
Temperatures will be 35 C inland, 30 C on the eastern and southern coasts, 28 C on the western and northern coasts and 25 C in the mountains.
During the evening, temperatures will drop to 16 C inland, on the southern and northern coasts, around 18 C in the southern and eastern coasts and 13 C in the mountains.
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday will be mainly fine, however increased cloud after noon may lead to isolated showers and/or storms, mainly inland and in the mountains.
Temperatures will drop to a little below the average for the time of year.