The District of Faro is on yellow alert this Tuesday due to the agitation foreseen by the Portuguese Institute of the Sea and the Atmosphere (IPMA), which warned of the possibility of 2 meter waves on the south coast of the Algarve, coming from the southeast.
The Algarve is the only region on the Continent where the alert level has been raised to yellow, since less maritime agitation is expected on the west coast, with waves between one meter and 1,5 meters.
The wind will also be stronger in the district of Faro, in relation to the rest of the country, being the only one where it is expected to blow moderately, while in the rest of the territory it will blow weakly, according to the IPMA.
To compensate, temperatures in the southern continental region will not be as cold as in the Center and North. For Faro, a maximum of 17 degrees and a minimum of 10 degrees are foreseen, while Lisbon and Porto will have 15 and 14 degrees of maximum and 4 and 5 of minimum, respectively. The sky will generally be clear throughout the territory.