Weak low pressure affecting the area.
Today the weather will be intermittently partly cloudy with the possibility of isolated rain, mainly in the western half of the island and in the mountains. On the highest peaks of Troodos it is possible that snow or sleet will fall. Winds will blow initially mainly northeast to southeast weak and transient locally to moderate, 3 to 4 Beaufort, and gradually mainly southwest to northwest, of the same intensity. The sea will be somewhat rough. The temperature will rise to around 17 degrees inland and on the coasts and around 7 degrees in the higher mountains.
Tonight it will be partly cloudy with isolated rain likely, mainly on the west and north coasts. Winds will be mainly southwest to northwest weak and transient locally to moderate, 3 to 4 Beaufort. The sea will be somewhat rough. The temperature will drop to around 5 degrees inland, around 7 on the south and east coasts, around 9 on the west and north coasts and around zero degrees in the higher mountains. Frost is expected to form locally in the mountains.
On Monday, temporarily increased clouds, mainly in the western half of the island, likely to give isolated rain, while in the evening it is also possible isolated storm, mainly on the western and northern coasts.
On Tuesday and Wednesday the weather will be partly cloudy, while temporarily increased clouds after noon, likely to give local rains, mainly in the west, the north and the mountains.
The temperature will rise slightly during the three days to fluctuate above the average climatic values.