The week ahead stays on the warm side of average with some good spells of sunshine to start the week and only a few scattered showers.
As the week progresses low pressure tries to edge in from the north. This brings a freshening breeze by midweek and increased risk of showers mixed in with sunny spells Wednesday and Thursday.
Here's your Granada forecast for the next few days.....
REST OF SUNDAY:
Sunny intervals and scattered showers developing, heavy at times, and a fresh northwesterly breeze. Showers merging into longer spells of rain from the north through the afternoon/evening. Noticeably cooler than of late, temperatures near normal for the time of year. Highs 22°C.
Showery rain will gradually move south and fragment through the night, heavy and thudnery in places. Becoming mainly dry later with some clear spells in the north, with localised mist patches possible. Lows 13°C.
A generally dry day with variable cloud and sunny spells. Isolated showers are possible and could be heavy. Warm in the sunshine. Highs 23°C.
Sunny spells and isolated showers possible throughout, perhaps becoming a little more frequent from Wednesday.
It will be cooler than last week but still feel warm in the sunnier spells. daytime shighs to 23°C.