Still in the district of Faro, the IPMA placed the municipalities of Vila do Bispo, Portimão, Silves and Loulé at a very high risk of fire.
The municipalities of Almodôvar, Mértola (Beja), Abrantes, Ferreira do Zêzere, Sardoal, Mação (Santarém), Vila de Rei, Proença-a-Nova, Vila Velha de Ródão (Castelo Branco), Gavião, Nisa (Portalegre), Figueira Castelo Rodrigo, Vila Nova de Foz Coa (Guarda), Ash of Espada à Cinta, Torre de Moncorvo, Vila Flor, Alfândega da Fé, Mogadouro, Macedo de Cavaleiros and Vimioso (Bragança) are also at very high risk of fire.
The IPMA also placed several municipalities in the districts of Faro, Beja, Évora, Lisbon, Leiria, Santarém, Coimbra, Castelo, Branco, Portalegre, Guarda, Viseu, Vila Real and Bragança at high risk.
According to the IPMA, at least until Tuesday, 23 June, the risk of fire will remain very high in several counties on the continent.
This fire risk determined by the IPMA has five levels, ranging from reduced to maximum.
Calculations are obtained from air temperature, relative humidity, wind speed and amount of precipitation in the last 24 hours.
The IPMA foresees little cloudy or clear skies on the continent on 19 June, presenting periods of greater cloudiness on the North and Centre coast until early morning.
A light to moderate northwest wind is also expected, being southwest in the eastern Algarve during the afternoon, and blowing moderate to strong and sometimes with gusts up to 60 kilometres per hour in the western coastal strip south of Cabo Carvoeiro, especially during the afternoon, and in the highlands of the central and southern regions.
The minimum temperatures on the continent will range between 8 degrees Celsius (in Guarda, Viseu and Vila Real) and 15 (Faro and Lisbon) and the maximum between 20 (in Aveiro, Porto and Viana do Castelo) and 29 (in Faro and Évora).