Considerable rain is expected in the south of the country, which is most welcome after several dry days in that region, Vísir reports. The land will stay dry in the north until this evening.
Today, winds from the east and south-east will range between 8-18 m/s, with a temperature range from 7-13°C.
Tomorrow, the wind is expected to range between 8-13 m/s with scattered showers in the south, but the weather will be clear and sunny in the northeastern part of the country, where it is expected that the temperature will rise up to 16°C. The rest of the country can expect a nice, warm day, as well.
The weekend will bring slightly lower temperatures and a cool easterly breeze. On Friday, most of the country will see more of that nice weather, with temperatures reaching 16°C in many places. Saturday will see some rain in the east, and clouds in the north, but clear and sunny weather in the south.
Sunday will once again be warm and sunny in most parts of the country, but a moderate rain will come at night and break up the fun. This rain is set to last through Monday afternoon, which should set the tone for another work week.
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