Mainly dry and bright weekend

By TPN/Lusa, In News, Algarve, Lisbon, Islands · 16 Apr 2021, 01:00 · 0 Comments
Mainly dry and bright weekend

The majority of Portugal is to be sunny and bright before the clouds return later in the week.

Lisbon: It is to be a dry and warm weekend in the capital with temperatures reaching highs of 22 degrees and lows of 11 degrees. From Monday the chance of rain is to increase and temperatures are to drop slightly down to highs of 21 degrees but it will be feeling warmer at night with lows of 12 degrees.

The north: The weekend is to be mainly sunny with some intermittent cloud and temperatures peaking at 20 degrees and dropping to nightly lows of 9 degrees. It will begin to feel a little cooler from Monday with highs of 18 degrees, while the chance of rain is to increase as the week progresses.

The centre: Rain clouds are to clear by the weekend for a bright and sunny weekend with temperatures reaching highs of 18 degrees and dropping to lows of 9 degrees. Cloud cover is to increase from Monday but the temperatures are to remain stable with highs of 18 degrees and lows of 10 degrees.

The south: There will be a chance of rain on Saturday in the south but it will still feel warm with temperatures peaking at 21 degrees and dropping to lows of 13 degrees. On Sunday there will be hazy cloud and from Monday, temperatures are to rise slightly to highs of 23 degrees and nightly lows of 14 degrees.

Madeira:: The weather will continue to be warm and bright in Madeira with no chance of rain over the weekend and temperatures reaching highs of 22 degrees and lows of 16 degrees. The fair weather is set to continue for most of the week with rain predicted to return by Thursday on the island.

The Azores: Rain is expected on Saturday but this is to clear by Sunday when temperatures are to peak at 20 degrees and to fall to lows of 14 degrees. It is to remain bright and dry until Tuesday when the rain is to return with the heaviest of showers expected on Wednesday.


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