A wet weekend

By TPN/Lusa, in News · 19-02-2021 01:00:00 · 1 Comments

Rain is expected across the country with sunshine expected to then return on Monday in most places.

Lisbon: Another wet weekend is predicted for the capital with rain expected on both days and temperatures to reach average highs of 15 degrees and lows of 10 degrees. The rain is set to ease on Monday before returning again on Wednesday with temperatures peaking at 17 degrees and dropping to lows of 11 degrees.

The north: Rain is expected all weekend with the heaviest showers on Saturday and average highs of 15 degrees and lows of 9 degrees. Monday is set to be mainly dry but the rain is to return on Tuesday for the rest of the week when temperatures will reach highs of 16 degrees and lows of 9 degrees.

The centre: Heavy rain is expected on Saturday, which is to ease slightly on Sunday with temperatures peaking at 14 degrees dropping to lows of 4 degrees on Sunday. The start of the week is to be dry but rain is to return on Wednesday with temperatures averaging highs of 15 degrees and lows of 5 degrees.

The south: Saturday will see heavy rain showers with a chance of some sunshine on Sunday and temperatures peaking at 18 degrees and dropping to lows of 9 degrees. The rest of the week is to be mainly dry with the best of the weather on Monday when temperatures will reach 17 degrees and nightly lows of 9 degrees.

Madeira: Saturday is to be wet in Madeira with highs of 21 degrees and lows of 13 degrees. From Sunday the sunshine is to return with temperatures averaging daily highs of 20 degrees and nightly lows of 14 degrees, with westerly winds.

The Azores: Rain is predicted all weekend with temperatures averaging highs of 14 degrees and lows of 9 degrees. The wet weather is to continue for the remainder of the week with temperatures averaging daily highs of 15 degrees and nightly lows of 11 degrees.



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