Today, it will be quite cloudy across the country with some overcast sunshine.
This morning there are scattered showers, mainly in the south and southwest, then will spread to other places.
Some showers will be heavy or possibly thunder with the possibility of local flooding. Highest temperatures will range from 19C to 24C, with light to moderate winds in a southeasterly direction.
Tonight it will be very mild and sultry as the temperature will not drop below 13C to 16C.
Sunday will be quite cloudy, starting with a lingering fog or a slowly clearing.
Warm spells will develop during the day but there will also be slow-moving sporadic showers, possibly with local heavy rain afterwards.
Most of the weather will be humid with peak temperatures between 20C and 24C or possibly 25C with slight southerly winds.
The National Weather Service says the weather will be very warm or hot in the coming days with showers or thunderstorms forecast for the day. Conditions will remain mild during the night too.
Monday will be very warm with sporadic showers, some possibly heavy or thunderous.
Temperatures will range from 21 degrees Celsius to 25 degrees Celsius and it will be cloudy with sunny spells and sea breezes. Coastal fog is likely in parts.
On Tuesday, it will be very warm with spells of sunshine and scattered showers or thunderstorms.
The highest temperature will range from 23C to 26C, can reach 27C in some places, with only light breeze apart from sea breeze. Some coastal fog is likely to reappear.
Larger showers or thunderstorms are likely to develop during the day again on Wednesday.
There’s a lot of hazy sunshine expected too. Peak temperatures are again likely to range between 23C and 27C with little or no wind blowing from the coasts.