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The last glimpse of summer? Temperatures in Malta are set to drop towards the end of the week
This week will start off sweaty, but it will slowly fade away towards the weekend.

Lyndsey Grima

Summer lovers, we’re thinking that this might be your last chance to bathe in the sun and enjoy high temperatures! After a sunny weekend, the popular weather page Temp Madwarna claims that the beginning of this week will be quite hot, but this will all change towards the end of this week.

Until Thursday 21st September, locals and visitors can continue to relish the glorious Mediterranean climate that Malta is renowned for. Clear blue skies, scorching temperatures with a high up to 32°C, and refreshing dips in the crystal-clear waters have been the order of the day.

However, change is on the horizon. As the weekend approaches, the temperature is expected to gradually dip with temperatures of around 27°C to 28°C, offering some respite from the sweltering heat. For many, this shift is a welcome relief and a smooth transition into autumn.

According to a forecast published by Maltese Islands Weather, the weekend is also bringing chances of isolated showers while the wind will pick up to around Force 5 to 6 on Saturday and Sunday.

Are you looking forward to the autumnal breeze?

18th September 2023


Lyndsey Grima
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Lyndsey Grima
Lyndsey has always been passionate about all things content. She keeps her storytelling skills sharp by exercising physically as she’s a fitness buff and also mentally as she enjoys reading and travelling.

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