A strong wind tomorrow is expected to cause four-metre high waves in the afternoon, the FirstMalta weather site has warned.
The North Western wind will reach Force 6 and at times 7.
"This will produce sea waves which are expected to reach up to four metres in height and will mostly affect the coast exposed to the North Western wind of the Maltese islands," the site said.
"Extreme caution is being recommended for anyone thinking about going out at sea especially if you will be navigating a small boat, we suggest you avoid areas highlighted in red on the map. Whilst if you are planning a day by the sea, we recommend choosing a beach as close to the Southern areas and if possible in a sheltered area."
Meanwhile, the MIA Met office said today that June the wettest month of 2016 and the second wettest June since 1923.
Just over 30mm of the total rainfall - 32.8mm - was registered in less than 24 hours when a storm hit the islands on Friday, June 24th.
Last month was also warmer than usual with 11 days registering maximum temperatures above the climate norm of 28.6°C.
June saw some 20 hours of sunshine less, across the whole month, than the 328 hours expected for this time of year. June 26th was the brightest day of the month, with 13.2 hours of sunshine recorded.
Both average air and sea temperatures were marginally higher than the climate norm for June, with temperatures peaking on June 27th at 36.2°C and 23.3°C, respectively. The lowest air and sea temperatures were recorded towards the beginning of the month, at 16.6°C and 19.9°C, respectively.
Three days in June registered a wind gust stronger than 34 knots, which corresponds to Force 8 wind on the Beaufort scale. The windiest day was June 17th when a maximum wind gust blowing at 41 knots from the south was recorded. [source]