Sunshine returns

By TPN/Lusa, in News · 12-02-2021 01:00:00 · 0 Comments

The wet weather of the past week is to ease over the weekend with temperatures remaining mild

Lisbon: The rain is set to ease over the weekend in the capital with temperatures rising to average highs of 18 degrees and lows of 8 degrees. Monday is to remain dry but there will be a chance of rain for the remainder of the week with temperatures reaching highs of 17 degrees and nightly lows of 10 degrees.

The north: It is to be dry and warm in the north with hazy sunshine and temperatures reaching highs of 18 degrees over the weekend. The good weather is to break from Tuesday with the return of rain clouds and temperatures dropping to highs of 16 degrees and nightly lows of 8 degrees for the rest of the week.

The centre: A warm and mild weekend is expected with no chance of rain and temperatures reaching highs of 16 degrees and lows of 7 degrees. Cloud cover is to increase from Tuesday but it is to remain dry with temperatures averaging highs of 15 degrees and nightly lows of 6 degrees.

The south: Sunshine is to return to the south over the weekend with some hazy high cloud expected and temperatures reaching highs of 18 degrees and lows of 12 degrees. From Tuesday sunshine with cloudy intervals are predicted with temperatures peaking at 18 degrees and dropping to lows of 11 degrees.

Madeira: It will be a bright and sunny weekend in Madeira with the best of the weather being on Sunday with temperatures reaching highs of 20 degrees and lows of 15 degrees. The rest of the week is to remain warm but with intermittent cloud cover and temperatures peaking at 22 degrees with lows of 16 degrees.

The Azores: The wet weather is set to continue over the weekend with the heaviest rain expected on Sunday and temperatures to reach highs of 16 degrees and lows of 13 degrees. The rest of the week is to be largely the same until Thursday when the rain is to become heavier with temperatures reaching highs of 14 degrees.



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