Wet but warm weekendBy TPN, In News, Algarve, Alentejo, Central, Lisbon, North, Islands · 23 Apr 2021, 01:00 · 0 Comments
The whole of Portugal will experience rain this weekend, although it will be feeling mild.
Lisbon: It will be mainly wet in the capital over the weekend with intermittent heavy showers and temperatures reaching highs of 21 degrees and lows of 15 degrees. The wet weather is to continue for the remainder of the week although showers are to ease slightly from Tuesday and more periods of sunshine are expected.
The north: Heavy rain showers are to continue throughout the weekend although it will be feeling mainly warm with highs of 21 degrees and lows of 13 degrees. The chance of rain is to subside slightly by Tuesday but it will be feeling cooler with average daily highs of 17 degrees and nightly lows of 12 degrees.
The centre: Rain is predicted for the entire weekend in the centre with heavy showers on both days and temperatures reaching highs of 18 degrees and lows of 11 degrees. The wet weather is to continue for the rest of the week with temperatures beginning to dip to highs of 16 by Thursday afternoon.
The south: It is to be a dull and wet weekend in the south with the heaviest of the rain expected on Saturday and only a chance of some sunny periods on Sunday while temperatures will reach highs of 20 degrees and lows of 15 degrees. The rain is to continue for the rest of the week and is to only begin to ease by Wednesday.
Madeira: The wet weather is to continue over the weekend although it will be feeling mild with highs of 22 degrees and lows of 15 degrees. There is a chance of a dry day on Monday but the rain is to return again by Tuesday and is to continue for the rest of the week with temperatures peaking at averages of 21 degrees.
The Azores: Intermittent showers are predicted over the weekend with temperatures rising to highs of 18 degrees and dropping to lows of 14 degrees. The rain is to ease on Monday for a mainly dry and bright week with highs of 18 degrees and nightly lows of 14 degrees.