site.btaThe Weather on March 27
March 27: Mostly sunny in the morning, but windy, with strong gusts from the south-southwest. In the afternoon, the wind will turn northwesterly and will start bringing in cold air. Cloud will thicken, causing rain showers from west to east by the evening. Thunder in isolated areas. The amount of rain will be considerable in some places. On Monday night, the rain in the mountains will mix with snow. Lows: 4 C to 9 C. Highs: 16 C to 21 C, going quicky down by the evening. The atmospheric pressure will drop and will be far below the month's average.
The coast: Mostly sunny but windy. Wind moderate to strong, southerly. In the early evening, the wind will turn west-northwesterly and cloud will thicken, bringing rain by Monday midnight. Highs: 14 C to 19 C. Sea water temperatures: 8 C to 9 C. Sea wave height: 0.5 m to 2.5 m.
The mountains: Mostly sunny in the morning, with broken high cloud, and windy. Wind strong to stormy, southwesterly. Cloud will begin to thicken in the afternoon and will become mostly considerable by the end of the day. Rain showers are expected, intensive in some places, accompanied by thunder in isolated areas. Snow at elevations over 1,800 m. In the early evening, the wind will turn west-northwesterly and will bring in cold air. As temperatures drop, on the night of Monday to Tuesday the snow line will get lower. Highs: 10 C at 1,200 m, 2 C at 2,000 m.
Source: National Institute of Meteorology and Hydrology