Lisbon: The wet weather is expected to ease over the bank holiday weekend with temperatures rising to highs of 22 degrees and nightly lows of 13 degrees. From Monday the winds are to become northerly and temperatures are to drop to highs of 18 degrees and to nightly average lows of 10 degrees for the rest of the week.
The north: It is to be mainly dry over the weekend with intermittent cloud cover and temperature peaking at 20 degrees and dropping to lows of 12 degrees. The chance of rain is to increase as the week progresses while temperatures are to fall to average daily highs of 16 degrees and nightly lows of 8 degrees.
The centre: There will be a chance of rain on Saturday but this is to ease on Sunday when temperatures are to rise to highs of 19 degrees and drop to lows of 10 degrees at night, From Monday the temperatures are to begin to fall again down to daily highs of 14 degrees with nightly lows of 7 degrees.
The south: It is to be a mainly warm and sunny weekend in the south with temperatures peaking at 22 degrees and falling to lows of 13 degrees. From Monday the thermometers are to being to fall to highs of 19 degrees and lows of 11 degrees while the chance of rain is to increase from Tuesday and for the remainder of the week.
Madeira: The weekend is to be mainly dry with periods of intermittent sunshine and temperatures reaching highs of 20 degrees and lows of 14 degrees. Rain is predicted from Monday however temperatures are to remain steady with highs of 20 degrees and lows of 13 degrees for the remainder of the week.
The Azores: It is to be a wet and windy weekend in the Azores with the heaviest showers expected on Sunday and temperatures reaching highs of 19 degrees and lows of 14 degrees. From Monday the sunshine will be making an appearance but rain is to persist for the remainder of the week with temperatures averaging highs of 17 degrees.