It is to be dry and bright in the capital over the weekend with temperatures peaking at 25 degrees and clear skies expected on Saturday. From Sunday intermittent cloud cover is predicted however, it will remain warm with temperatures rising slightly to highs of 27 degrees by the end of the week.
Clear skies are predicted for Saturday before hazy high clouds appear on Sunday but it will be feeling warm with thermometers reaching highs of 24 degrees and dropping to lows of 11 degrees. From Monday intermittent cloud is to return and the chance of rain is to increase as the week progresses.
It is to be a sunny weekend in the centre with temperatures peaking at highs of 24 degrees and dropping to lows of 13 degrees. Cloud cover is to increase from Monday with sunny spells then expected throughout the week however it will remain warm with daily highs of 25 degrees.
A warm and sunny weekend is predicted for the south with temperatures reaching highs of 27 degrees on Saturday. Cloud cover is to increase from Monday but there is only a 4 percent chance of rain for the rest of the week and temperatures are to remain stable with average highs of 26 degrees.
There is a 30 percent chance of rain over the weekend but temperatures are to remain at highs of 26 degrees with lows of 22 degrees. The weather is remain very much the same for the following week although the chance of rain is to drop to 10 percent on most days.
The chance of rain is to decrease over the weekend with mainly dry weather expected and temperatures to average 25 degrees. Monday and Tuesday are to be mainly bright with a low chance of rain and the weather is remain very similar for the rest of the week with highs of 25 degrees and lows of 18 degrees.