Showers and strong winds ahead, KNOWS
Source: Met Office
A weak depression affects the region.
Tonight there will be intermittent rising clouds and isolated showers are possible along the eastern seaboard. Winds will be predominantly southwest to northwest, light to moderate, 3 to 4 Beaufort, but offshore, moderate and occasionally locally strong, 4 to 5 Beaufort. Seas will become slightly rough to the south and east but will remain rougher to rougher on the west and north coasts. Temperatures will drop to 18 degrees inland, around 20 degrees on the coast and 12 degrees in the high mountains.
Tomorrow there will be locally rising clouds, which should produce showers or isolated thunderstorms after noon, mainly on the eastern half of the island. Winds will be predominantly southwest to northwest, initially moderate 4 Beaufort, but soon moderate to strong 4 to 5 Beaufort, and occasionally onshore to very strong 5 to 6 Beaufort. The sea will initially be a little rough in the south and east, the rest of the coast will see rough seas, gradually becoming rougher. Temperatures will rise to 32 degrees inland, 28 on the west coast, around 31 on the rest of the coast and 24 degrees in the high mountains.
Tomorrow evening the weather will be mostly clear. Winds will be predominantly southwest to northwest, light to moderate, 3 to 4 Beaufort, but offshore moderate and occasionally locally strong, 4 to 5 Beaufort. The sea will be slightly choppy to the south and east, but on the west and north coasts it will be slightly choppy to choppy at first, becoming rougher later.
On Friday it will be mostly clear, although there will be localized clouds, mainly to the east, increasing in the early afternoon. On Saturday there will be intermittent clouds rising locally. On Sunday, the weather will be mostly clear.
The temperatures will drop slightly until Saturday, to be just below the average climatic values, and will rise slightly on Sunday.