It is to be dry and sunny throughout the weekend in the capital with temperatures reaching highs of 29 degrees on Sunday. By Monday the thermometers are set to rise slightly to highs of 30 degrees and lows of 15 degrees and those temperatures are set to continue throughout the rest of the week with a very low chance of rain.
A dry weekend is also expected in the north of the country, with highs of 22 degrees and lows of 12 degrees. From Monday the temperatures are set to rise to highs of 24 degrees and lows of 13 with partly cloudy skies and a slight chance of rain on Tuesday.
The centre region is going to see thermometers rise throughout the week after a weekend with highs of 27 degrees and lows of 11 degrees. The partly cloudy skies are to remain throughout the week with highs of 29 degrees and lows of 14 degrees and with a low chance of rain.
The partly cloudy skies are also going to affect the south of the country all through the week though this region is looking at a zero percent chance of rain. Sunday is going to be one of the hottest days so far with highs of 32 degrees and lows of 15. These temperatures are to continue throughout the week with highs of 31 degrees and lows of 16.
The dry and partly cloudy weather has also made its way to Madeira where temperatures for the weekend are set to reach highs of 23 degrees and lows of 17 degrees. Throughout the week temperatures are to slightly rise to highs of 25 degrees and lows of 18 degrees.
The weekend is to be cloudy with sunny intervals, reaching highs of 21 degrees and lows of 15 degrees, with a moderate chance of rain. The temperature is to continue the same way all through the week with the chance of rain increasing towards the end of the week.