There is a Yellow Warning from the Meteorological Department with effect from 5 this morning until 9 tonight, where heavy rainfall is expected, while strong winds of 7 beauforts are expected southwest, while gusts will reach 8 beauforts .
Today, the weather will initially be partly cloudy, to gradually become mostly cloudy, with rain in most areas and isolated thunderstorms. In the higher mountains it will snow from time to time. The effects may be intense at times. The temperature will rise to 15 degrees inland, to 16 on the coast and to 3 degrees in the higher mountains, where frost will be observed locally.
Low pressure will temporarily affect the area, while a cold gas mass is expected tomorrow.
Today, the weather will initially be partly cloudy, to gradually become mostly cloudy, with rain in most areas and isolated thunderstorms. In the higher mountains it will snow from time to time. The effects may be intense at times. The winds will blow mainly southwest, initially moderate to strong, 4 to 5 beauforts, but later strong and in the leeches up to strong, 6 to 7 beauforts with gusts that will reach up to 8 beauforts. The sea will initially be slightly turbulent to turbulent, but will gradually become turbulent to wavy and locally windy at the windward. The temperature will rise to 15 degrees inland, around 16 on the coast and 3 degrees in the higher mountains, where locally there will be frost.
Tonight, the weather will initially be mostly cloudy with local rains and isolated thunderstorms, but gradually the phenomena will become local and later isolated. In the mountains and later possible locally in the semi-mountains snowfall is expected from time to time. The winds will initially blow mainly southwesterly to northwesterly, moderate to strong, 4 to 5 beauforts and temporarily in the leeward to very strong, 5 to 6 beauforts, to later become mainly north, of the same intensity. The sea will be turbulent and windy to wavy to later become a little turbulent to turbulent and windward. The temperature will drop to 1 degree inland, around 3 on the coast and minus 6 in the higher mountains. Locally, in the mountains, in the semi-mountains and later in the interior, frost is expected.
On Wednesday, the weather will be mostly cloudy and cold, while initially there may be isolated rains, as well as snowfall in the mountains and locally in the semi-mountains. The temperature will drop significantly, to fluctuate significantly below the average climatic values.
On Thursday, there will be occasional clouds. On Friday, the weather will be partly cloudy at times. The temperature will gradually rise significantly, to fluctuate close to the average climatic values.
The height of the snow in Troodos Square, at the time of issuance of the bulletin, was 9 cm.