Tonight there will be temporarily increased clouds, which later are expected to give isolated rains on the west and south coasts. In the mountainous, semi-mountainous, but also locally in lowland areas there will be frost. Winds will blow southwest to northwest and west to northeast, weak, 3 Beaufort. The sea will be calm to a little turbulent, but in the west and locally in the north a little turbulent. The temperature will drop around one degree inland, around 4 on the east and south coasts, around 5 on the rest of the coast and around minus 4 degrees in the higher mountains.
Tomorrow the weather will be partly cloudy but during the day the clouds will thicken to bring a little local rain or light snowfall in the mountains and isolated rain on the south coast. The winds will blow northwest to northeast, light to moderate, 3 to 4 Beaufort and the sea will be a little turbulent. The temperature will reach 15 degrees inland and on the coast and 6 degrees in the higher mountains where frost will prevail locally.
Tomorrow night the weather will be mostly clear. In most parts of the interior and from the semi-mountains and above, frost will prevail. The winds will blow mainly northeast, initially weak to moderate 3 to 4 beauforts to become weak, 2 to 3 beauforts. The sea will be calm to a little turbulent on the west and north coasts while on the rest of the coast it will be a little turbulent.
On Saturday the weather will be mostly clear with temporarily increased clouds. On Sunday the weather will be mostly clear with temporarily increased clouds that may bring individual rains inland or light snowfall in the mountains. On Monday the weather will be mostly clear. The temperature will rise gradually to approach normal for the season on Monday.
The height of the snow in Troodos Square at the time of issuance of the Bulletin was 7 cm.