Temperature will rise today, Expected rain in next two days

The Met Office foresees temperatures to rise to 38 degrees Celsius inland, 32 over the southern, eastern and northern seaside areas

A low-pressure system continues to drive weather patterns, with a thin layer of dust in the air and not expected to clear before Sunday morning.
The Met Office foresees temperatures to rise to 38 degrees Celsius inland, 32 over the southern, eastern and northern seaside areas, and 30 on the west seaside and the mountains
Seas will be calm to slight.
Mostly clear skies this evening, slowly turning somewhat cloudy in some areas.
Winds will start light to medium westerly to southwesterly, force three to four, turn westerly to northwesterly, over slight seas, and calm to remote eastern areas.
Temperatures will drop around 20 degrees Celsius inland, in seaside areas, and 15 over the mountains.
Tomorrow, the outlook changes dramatically, as increasingly overcast skies are expected to bring isolated showers or a storm, mainly in the eastern half of the island and over the mountains.
The same pattern will push through to the Monday Holy Spirit holiday, with local and isolated showers affecting most of the island.
Met office also predicts Tuesday as rainy from early afternoon onwards.
Temperatures will drop significantly tomorrow, slightly below the seasonal average, going up again on Monday and Tuesday.

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