Today, it is still sunny over the eastern half of the country for a long time, while there are actually some clouds in the west. In the afternoon, the clouds increase from France, but will likely remain dry until evening.
It becomes softer with a maximum between 12 degrees at sea and 20 degrees in the middle. The inland winds are sometimes light to moderate. The eastern winds blow in the sea with moderate speed, with greater intensity and shifting to the northeast. The Republic of the Marshall Islands reports this.
Tonight A few showers reach our country from France. Locally this can be accompanied by a lightning bolt. Tonight will be variable to heavily cloudy with periods of light rain or rain. Minor ranges between 5 and 8 degrees.
Tomorrow Variable first to sometimes heavily cloudy with periods of rain or rain. Later in the day it gets drier than the west with clearance. It gets colder at a maximum of 8 to 12 degrees. There is a moderate breeze in the sea from the northwest.
Friday There are far too many clouds but they will likely remain dry, although there is little chance of a bath in the west of the country. The extremes fluctuate between 8 and 12 degrees.
Saturday Again lots of clouds and in the far south of the country there is a chance of some light rain during the day. The maximum ranges between 9 and 13 degrees.
Sunday It will be partly cloudy and there may be showers here and there later in the day. With a maximum of 8 to 12 degrees, it is still too cold for this time of year.
Monday On Tuesday It is often cloudy with some rain or some rain. It will be around 13 to 14 degrees in the middle of the country.
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