A high pressure zone is still affecting the area with periods of sunshine but also clouds and chances of light rain moving in later in the day.
Scattered clouds are expected on Tuesday despite periods of sunshine in the early part of the day, with increasing clouds and chances of light rain over local areas.
Dust levels are expected to rise as a low pressure system is moving in Thursday
Winds will range from weak to moderate while the sea is expected to be relatively calm. Light snow is expected on the mountains throughout the day.
Highs in the double digits
Maximum high temperatures will reach 17° Celsius inland, around 18 degrees in all coastal regions, while it will be 11 degrees up in the highest elevations.
Minimum lows will drop down to 6° Celsius inland, around 9 in all coastal areas, while it will be one degree (1) in the highest elevations. Frost is expected to form in the high elevations but also locally over foothill areas.
Temperatures slightly above normal
Wednesday will be partly cloudy while no changes in temperature are expected. However, a slight increase on Thursday will be short-lived, as temperatures are expected to quickly drop back down on Friday and stay slightly above normal averages for this time of the year.
Thursday skies will be cloudy on and off with rain showers and possibly isolated thunderstorms mainly after noon. Dust levels are expected to rise as a low pressure system is moving in.
On Friday, weather will remain partly cloudy with periods of local showers and possibly isolated thunderstorms.
Snow is expected to fall Thursday and Friday over mountain peaks. The last measurement of the Troodos Square snow gauge was 22 inches, as recorded at 5am Tuesday morning.