There is a low chance of rain on Friday afternoon in parts of the island while temperatures are expected to rise over the weekend.
Friday skies will be clear while cloud formations are expected in afternoon, with chances of rain mainly over the mountains. Very strong winds are also expected in the southwest later in the afternoon.
Maximum highs are expected to reach 35° Celsius inland, around 30 on the western coast, 32 in all other coastal regions, while it will be 25 up in the mountains. Humidity is expected to be relatively high on the western and eastern coasts, and around 50% more or less elsewhere.
vening weather is expected to remain mostly clear, with low cloud formations on and off in the north and out west. Thin fog accumulation and low clouds are also likely in the early morning hours.
Minimum lows will drop to 22 degrees inland and in the north, around 23 along the coast in all other coastal regions, while it will be around 18 in the mountains.
Similar weather is also expected over the weekend and Monday, with clear throughout most of the day but also afternoon clouds mainly over the mountains.
Temperatures are expected to go up slightly on Saturday and then rise even further to reach just above normal averages for this time of the year.