An updated severe weather bulletin issued by the Greek Meteorological Services on Monday warns that a new weather system emerging from the northwest is set to impact the country with heavy rains and thunderstorms initially to the western areas and gradually extending to parts of the mainland, particularly the eastern and southern island regions.

According to the revised special weather bulletin, the following areas will be affected:

Until the morning hours, the northern Ionian and Epirus regions, while from the early morning until midday, the southern Ionian, western Central Greece, western and southern Peloponnese, Kythira, and western Crete will feel the impact of the system.

There is a possibility of a temporary impact on eastern Central Greece (including Attica), Euboea, the Sporades, and Thrace.

From the morning until the evening hours, the Cyclades (mainly central and southern), the eastern Aegean, and the Dodecanese.

Local rain is forecast for Attica, expected to intensify from the early morning hours, accompanied by sporadic thunderstorms, possibly temporarily strong.

Temperature variations will be steady, with highs reaching 20 to 22 degrees Celsius and locally 23 to 25 degrees Celsius in central and southern areas.