The Meteorological Service issued a yellow warning for strong storms on Tuesday morning.
According to the announcement, isolated strong storms are likely to affect intermittently, mainly the mountainous and inland areas. The intensity of the rain is expected to vary between 65 and 50 millimeters per hour and hail is also possible.
The yellow warning will be in effect from 12 noon on Tuesday until 18:00 pm on the same day.
The weather forecast
Seasonal low pressure affects the area.
Today the weather will initially be mostly clear, however clouds that will thicken are expected to give from noon onwards, local rains and storms, mainly in the mountains and in the interior. Winds will initially be variable, light 3 Beaufort to become from noon and then southwest to northwest, light to moderate, 3 to 4 Beaufort and locally on the southern coast moderate, 4 Beaufort. The sea will be calm until a little rough to become from midday and then generally a little rough. The temperature will rise to around 35 degrees in the interior, around 30 on the western coasts, around 32 on the rest of the coasts and around 26 degrees in the higher mountains.
Tonight the weather will be mostly sunny. Winds will soon become northwest to northeast, light 3 Beaufort. The sea will become calm to slightly rough, except in the west where it will remain slightly rough. The temperature will drop to around 20 degrees inland, around 23 degrees on the coast and around 18 degrees in the higher mountains.
On Wednesday, the weather will be mostly clear, however clouds that will be observed from noon onwards are expected to give isolated rains, without ruling out the possibility of an isolated storm, mainly in the mountains.
On Thursday and Friday, the weather will be mostly clear, while on Thursday, from noon onwards, locally increased clouds will be observed, mainly in the mountains.
The temperature is expected to rise slightly until Friday, to be above average climatic values.