For this Friday, a public holiday on the Balearic Islands Day, cloudy intervals are expected, without ruling out some light rainfall, tending during the early hours of the morning to lightly cloudy skies. Minimum temperatures with little change and maximum temperatures in decline, ranging between 8ºC and 16ºC. Moderate north wind with strong intervals, tending in the afternoon to moderate wind from the southwest will put the Pitiusas Islands on yellow alert between two in the morning and 11 in the morning for coastal phenomena.

For this Saturday, the State Meteorological Agency (Aemet) forecasts cloudy or clear skies, increasing to cloudy at night with a low probability of occasional light rainfall. Temperatures are expected to rise between 10ºC and 18ºC with a moderate south-westerly wind with strong winds from the afternoon onwards.

On Sunday, the sky will be cloudy to overcast with widespread showers, tending in the morning to cloudy intervals with scattered and occasional showers, with minimum temperatures with little change or decreasing and maximum temperatures decreasing. Wind from the southwest moderate to strong with gusts that may exceed 70 km/h turning to the west and northwest.

Looking ahead to Monday, within a margin of uncertainty, the passage of an Atlantic front from northwest to southeast is expected, less active than those of previous days to give way to anticyclonic weather in the Peninsula and the Balearic Islands.