Summer weather continues in Portugal

in News · 24-07-2020 01:00:00 · 0 Comments

High temperatures and clear skies will be across Portugal this weekend as the summer weather continues.

Lisbon: There will be a chance of cloud cover on Sunday in Lisbon, however temperatures will remain steady throughout the weekend with highs of 30 degrees and lows of 18 degrees. Monday is to be slightly warmer with highs of 32 degrees but the rest of the week will remain with highs of 30 degrees and clear blue skies.

The centre: Over the weekend the clear skies and high temperatures will continue, peaking on Sunday at 36 degrees. On Monday the thermometer is on the rise to highs of 37 degrees before stabilising for the rest of the week with highs of 35 degrees and lows of 19 degrees with north westerly winds.

The north: It will remain warm and sunny in the north over the weekend with a chance of cloud cover on Sunday. Throughout the weekend and into the next week, temperatures will remain steady with highs of 25 degrees and lows of 16 degrees. Winds are to be moderate and north westerly.

The south: The hot weather will continue in the south of the country with temperatures remaining at highs of 34 degrees and only dropping at night to lows of 23 degrees. There is no chance of rain over the weekend or for the rest of the week and winds will be moderate and north westerly.

Madeira: It will be sunny and bright in Madeira this weekend with average highs of 27 degrees and nightly lows of 21 degrees. On Monday and Tuesday some slight cloud cover is expected and from Wednesday temperatures are to rise slightly to daily highs of 28 degrees, while the lows will remain the same at 21 degrees.

The Azores: On Saturday there is a 22 percent chance of rain which will keep it feeling cool with maximum highs of 23 degrees and lows of 17 degrees. The rain clouds are to mainly clear from Sunday and temperatures are to rise to average highs of 26 degrees and lows of 19 degrees. Rain is back on the cards for the tail end of the week.


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