The islands have been on yellow alert recently due to the high temperatures, ranging from 36 to over 40 degrees and yesterday the north and north east of the island were on yellow alert.
The weather agency (AEMET) forecasts that today skies are set to range from cloudy to very cloudy with a high probability of light showers and storms in the morning although the situation is expected to change this afternoon.
Temperatures are also set to drop.
On Tuesday, high temperatures were registered all over the island.
Muro was the fourth highest temperature in the whole country with 38.2ºC.
Sa Pobla registered 38.1ºC, Palma 37.4ºC and Calvia 37.4ºC.
Authorities have already alerted citizens that this could be one of the hottest Summers in years and that they should take extra precautions to avoid any accidents.