High pressure begins to affect the area.
Today the weather will initially be partly cloudy and it is not excluded that light rains or sleet will fall in the mountains, but it will soon become mostly clear. The winds will blow northwest to northeast, light to moderate 3 to 4 beauforts and temporarily moderate to strong, 4 to 5 beauforts. The sea will initially be turbulent on the west and north coasts and up to turbulent on the east and south, but will gradually become a little turbulent to turbulent on the west and north and a little turbulent on the east and south. The temperature will rise to 13 degrees inland, around 15 on the coast and 3 degrees in the higher mountains, where local frost is likely to form frost.
In the evening the weather will be mostly clear. The winds will blow northwest to northeast, light to moderate 3 to 4 Beaufort. The sea will be a little turbulent. The temperature will drop to 3 degrees inland, around 6 on the coast and to -1 degrees in the higher mountains where frost is expected to form.
On Friday and the weekend the weather will be mostly clear but from time to time there will be locally increased clouds.
The temperature will gradually rise until Saturday and will fluctuate at the same levels on Sunday, which are close to the climatic averages.
The height of the snow in Troodos Square, at the time of issuance of the bulletin, was 76 cm.
The “test to stay” sampling points for Thursday, February 10
Free rapid test points for Thursday 10 February (list)