Tail-end of summer to stay hot

in News · 06-09-2018 09:40:00 · 0 Comments

Despite moving towards autumn the first half of September is still forecast to be fine and dry, and rather warm, at least for the coming week, with temperatures set to rise a few degrees by the end of next week, although there will be more cloud around.

Lisbon: The capital can expect high cloud and temperatures reaching 29 degrees Celsius over the weekend, before the high cloud cover bunches up into thicker clouds and thermometers climb to the 32 degrees mark by the middle of next week.
South: The skies over southern Portugal will be partly cloudy in coming days – with the exception of Tuesday, which will only see sunny spells – with temperatures climbing significantly from the mid-20’s on Saturday, to around the 30 degree mark by Sunday and will stay there for the rest of the coming week.

North: Given that it is normally cooler than the rest of Portugal, Northern Portugal is forecast an unusually warm weekend and week ahead, with weather and temperatures on a par with the rest of the country. The weekend will see scattered cloud and temperatures in the mid-20’s, before the mercury climbs to around the 30 degree mark for the start of the coming week.


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