According to weather official, the bumpy weather will give way to clearer skies by the afternoon. The periods of overcast skies, localised showers and storms – and sleet or even snow in the mountains – will only pepper parts of the island by midday.
Winds will reach four to five Beaufort and temperatures reach a maximum of 18°C inland, around 19°C on the coasts and 8°C in the mountains. By Monday night, winds will drop to three to four Beaufort and temperatures fall to 6°C inland, 10°C on the west coast, 8°C on the other coasts and 0°C in the mountains.
Temperatures will rise slightly on Tuesday, mainly inland and on the coast with the weather mainly fine.
A similar outlook is anticipated for Wednesday. Temperatures will begin to rise again on Thursday, the Meteorological Service said.