Today, after the dissolution of the local fog and low clouds, the weather will soon become mostly clear, although later there will be temporarily increased high clouds. The winds will blow mainly southeast to southwest, initially light up to 3 Beaufort and later to moderate, 3 to 4 Beaufort. The sea will be calm to a little turbulent. The temperature will rise to around 37 degrees inland, around 25 on the west and east coasts, to 29 on the south and north coasts and around 26 degrees in the higher mountains.
Tonight the weather will be generally mostly clear, although locally on the west and north coasts there will be low clouds. During the morning hours, local fog and low clouds are expected to form locally, mainly in the east and southeast. Winds will gradually become variable 2 Beaufort. The sea will gradually become calm. The temperature will drop to around 18 degrees inland and on the north coast, around 19 on the rest of the coast and around 16 degrees in the higher mountains.
On Thursday and Friday the weather will be mostly clear, while late at night and at dawn it is expected to form locally light fog or mist and low cloud cover. On Saturday the weather will be mostly clear, although at noon and early in the afternoon locally increased clouds are expected to give isolated rain in the mountains.
The temperature is not expected to change significantly during the three days, remaining above the average climatic values.