It will be feeling very hot in the capital this weekend with temperatures reaching highs of 36 degrees and lows of 19 degrees. From Monday intermittent cloud cover is expected which will bring down temperatures to highs of 32 degrees. As the week progresses the temperatures are to gradually reduce.
It is to be dry and bright in the north with temperatures peaking on Saturday at 30 degrees and dropping to lows of 18 degrees. For the remainder of the week there will be intermittent cloud cover while temperatures are to remain steady with highs of 28 degrees and lows of 18 degrees.
On Saturday some cloud cover is predicted however, it will not dampen the temperatures which are to reach highs of 38 degrees with temperatures only falling to 24 degrees at night. Some cloud cover is expected from Monday but it will remain hot with highs of 34 degrees and lows of 20 degrees.
Very high temperatures are expected over the weekend, peaking at 37 degrees on Sunday with nightly lows of 26 degrees. On Monday the thermometers are to rise to 38 degrees before gradually cooling over the remainder of the week down to highs of 31 degrees and nightly lows of 21 degrees.
High temperatures are expected this weekend in Madeira with temperatures peaking at 29 degrees. On Monday it is to be warmer still with temperatures hitting highs of 30 degrees. From Tuesday the thermometers are to fall slightly down to 29 degrees with the temperatures then falling gradually as the week progresses.
Saturday is to be mainly dry however on Sunday the rain clouds are set to roll in with heavy showers predicted and highs of 25 degrees. From Monday the weather is to be drier with a lower chance of rain and temperatures are to average highs of 25 degrees and lows of 20 degrees for the rest of the week.