A new yellow warning for extremely high temperatures has been issued by the Meteorological Service.
According to the announcement, the maximum temperature inside is expected to rise to around 40 degrees Celsius and around 32 degrees Celsius in the higher mountains.
The warning will be in effect from 12:00 noon on Friday until 16:00 pm on the same day.
The weather forecast
Seasonal low pressure affects the area.
Today the weather will be mostly clear and relatively warm. Winds will initially blow southeast to southwest and in the west southwest to west light, 2 to 3 Beaufort, to gradually become mainly southwest to northwest light to moderate, 3 to 4 Beaufort, and in the late afternoon on the southern coast moderate, 4 Beaufort. The sea will be calm to a little rough, to gradually become rough in the afternoon in the south and locally in the west and on the northern coasts. The temperature will rise to around 40 degrees inland, around 36 in the southeast and on the east coast, around 31 on the west coast, around 34 on the rest of the coast, and around 32 in the higher mountains.
Tonight the weather will be mostly clear, but locally it is possible to form thin fog and low clouds. Winds will initially be mainly southwest to northwest light and locally to moderate, 3 to 4 Beaufort, later becoming mainly west to northwest light, 3 Beaufort. The sea will gradually become generally calm to slightly rough. The temperature will drop to around 21 degrees in the interior, around 22 on the coast and around 19 degrees in the higher mountains.
Over the weekend and Monday the weather will be mostly sunny. During the evening and morning hours, it is expected locally to be observed increased low cloudiness and thin fog, mainly on the coasts.
The temperature is expected to drop slightly on Saturday, while no appreciable change is expected until Monday, to be close to the average climatic values.