Sunshine and showers

By TPN, In News · 07 May 2021, 01:00 · 0 Comments
Sunshine and showers

Bright and warm weather on Saturday will turn to wet and grey on Sunday for most of Portugal

Lisbon: It is to be fair on Saturday with highs of 24 degrees and lows of 13 degrees however rain clouds are to return on Sunday and temperatures are to fall to highs of 19 degrees. The rain is to ease by Tuesday but it will be feeling cooler for the rest of the week with average highs of 20 degrees and lows of 12 degrees.

The north: After a dry start to the weekend heavy rain is expected on Sunday with temperatures peaking at 17 degrees and dropping to lows of 12 degrees. The rain is to continue for the remainder of the week although there will be intermittent sunshine and temperatures are to remain steady with highs of 16 degrees.

The centre: Saturday is to be warm and dry with highs of 26 degrees and hazy sunshine. On Sunday the rain is to return with intermittent showers and temperatures dropping to highs of 16 degrees. It is to dry out on Tuesday and the remainder of the week is to be mild with only a slight chance of rain with average highs of 20 degrees.

The south: It is to be warm and bright on Saturday with highs of 26 degrees and lows of 16 degrees before the rain returns on Sunday with intermittent showers expected throughout the day. From Monday it is to be mainly dry for the rest of the week with temperatures now peaking at 22 degrees and dropping to lows of 15 degrees.

Madeira: There will be a slight chance of rain in Madeira over the weekend although it is to be mainly dry with highs of 23 degrees and lows of 17 degrees. From Tuesday the clouds are to clear, with blue skies expected for the remainder of the week and no chance of rain.

The Azores: Saturday is to be mainly wet with highs of 20 degrees and lows of 14 degrees. On Sunday it is to be mainly dry before rain then returns again on Tuesday. Temperatures for the rest of the week are to see average daily highs of 20 degrees and nightly lows of 14 degrees.


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