High pressure affects the area, while the low barometric “Hope” will affect us from Saturday afternoon. A cold gas mass is expected on Sunday and Monday, while on Tuesday the area will be affected by a new disruption of the “Elpis” system.
Tonight the weather will be partly cloudy and locally mostly cloudy, while later isolated rains are expected, mainly in the west and north, as well as snowfall locally in the mountains. The winds will blow southwest to northwest and locally southeast to south, light to moderate, 3 to 4 beauforts, and later locally to the west, moderate, 4 beauforts. The sea will be a little turbulent on the west and north coasts and calm to a little turbulent in the rest. The temperature will drop to around 2 degrees inland, around 5 on the south and east coasts, around 9 on the rest of the coast and around minus 2 degrees in the higher mountains. Locally in the mountains, in the semi-mountains and possibly later in areas of the interior, frost will form.
Tomorrow the weather will be mostly cloudy and initially isolated rains are expected, without excluding the possibility of a single storm. From the afternoon onwards, local rains and isolated thunderstorms are expected, initially from the west, but gradually other areas will be affected. It is expected to snow in the mountains. The winds will blow mainly southwest, initially light to moderate, 3 to 4 beauforts and temporarily on the windward coast to strong, 5 beauforts. Later they will strengthen to moderate to strong, 4 to 5 beauforts, but on the leeward shores they will blow up to very strong, 6 beauforts. The sea will become turbulent to wavy, while on the east coast it will be turbulent. The temperature will rise to around 17 degrees inland and on the coast and around 3 degrees in the higher mountains. Frost will be observed locally in the higher mountains.
Tomorrow night the weather will be mostly cloudy with occasional rains and isolated thunderstorms. Snow is expected temporarily in the mountains. The winds will blow mainly southwest, moderate to strong, 4 to 5 beauforts, but on the windward coast will be very strong, 6 beauforts and temporarily up to strong, 7 beauforts. The sea will be wavy to very wavy, but on the east coast it will be up to wavy.
On Sunday the weather will be initially mostly cloudy and isolated rains or isolated thunderstorms as well as snow in the mountains, while soon the effects will be limited, and the weather will become mostly clear with temporarily increased clouds, which in the afternoon and evening, are possible. to give isolated rain and snowfall in the mountains and locally in the semi-mountains. Very strong winds will blow in the area and locally up to strong westerly as northwest winds.
On Monday the weather will be mostly clear with temporarily increased clouds, which are likely to give locally isolated rains and light snowfall in the mountains and locally in the semi-mountains. On Tuesday the weather will be cloudy with local rains, storms and snow in the mountains.
The temperature will gradually drop significantly on Sunday and Monday, to fluctuate significantly below the average climatic values. On Tuesday, the temperature will rise slightly, to fluctuate slightly below the average climatic values.
The temperatures recorded today and the relative humidity at 2 in the afternoon were:
|Maximum Temperature||Minimum Temperature||Relative humidity|
|Nicosia:||17 ° C||0 ° C||46%|
|Larnaca Airport:||16 ° C||3 ° C||59%|
|Limassol:||14 ° C||5 ° C||55%|
|Paphos Airport:||17 ° C||8 ° C||46%|
|Brake:||17 ° C||2 ° C||53%|
|Precursor:||3 ° C||-3 ° C||88%|
|Polis Chrysochous:||19 ° C||7 ° C||43%|
Kleanthis Nikolaidis: A new wave of cold and snowfall in the semi-mountains is coming on Sunday
The President requested a proposal from Ministers for emergency assistance due to the weather in the mountainous areas