A weather front edging in from the west will bring rain for a time Saturday evening and overnight. This introduces slightly cooler air into the second half of the weekend.
A noticeably fresher theme develops as we head into Sunday. Despite some sunshine around, showers will develop along with lower temperatures and a stronger breeze. Although across most areas the showers will remain scattered, they could be on the heavy and possibly thundery side.
Conditions then settle down over the coming few days into a mix of sunny spells, scattered showers and temperatures remaining just above the average for late July.
Here's your Granada forecast for the next few days.....
REST OF SATURDAY:
Cloud gradually increasing throughout the day, bringing the risk of showers in the west later. Most places staying warm, but feeling cooler than recently along the coast. Highs to 26°C.
Clouding up for a time with showery rain, maybe heavy at times, spreading east - covering most areas at some point throughout the night. Westerly winds will increase by dawn. Remaining fairly warm until the front clears. Lows to 14C.
A cloudier day compared to Saturday despite some morning sunshine. Showers will develop, perhaps heavy at times during the afternoon with a rumble of thunder possible, and maybe merging to more organised rain in the far west for the Isle of Man. A fresh northwesterly breeze will make it feel noticeably cooler than of late. Temperatures will be near normal for the time of year with highs back down to between 18 and 20°C
OUTLOOK: Sunny spells and isolated showers possible over the coming few days - perhaps becoming more heavy and widespread by Wednesday. Cooler than last week but still feeling warm in the sunnier spells. Highs 21-23°C