Temperatures are expected to reach a maximum of 37 C inland today and tomorrow, with the possibility of isolated showers particularly in the mountains, the met office said on Monday. It said temperatures will be 30 C on the west coast, 33 C on the remaining coasts and 29 C in the mountains.
Low cloud and light fog is expected early tomorrow morning, which will disperse quickly and the weather will be mainly fine.
But clouds are expected inland and in the mountains in the afternoon which may lead to isolated showers or storms, mostly in the mountains.
Temperatures will be 37 C inland, 31 C on the west coast, around 33 C on remaining coasts and 28 C in the mountains.
On Wednesday, Thursday and Friday the weather will be mainly fine with increased localised clouds in the afternoon, particularly in the mountains. Light fog and low cloud is expected at night and early in the morning.
Temperatures will rise gradually through to Thursday and remain a little above the average for the time of year.