A cold front is still affecting Cyprus this week, as temperature levels go up and down in the next few days but remain frigid along with wind activity on Monday and rain chances on Tuesday.
Monday skies will be mostly clear but with periods of increasing clouds, with temperature highs reaching 13 degrees Celsius inland, around 15 in coastal areas, and one (1) high up in the mountains where frosty conditions remain after a bitter cold night.
Evening skies will be partly cloudy with strong winds expected in leeward areas. Temperature low minimums will be 4 degrees inland, around 6 in the south and east, around 8 in the north and out west, while it will be four below zero (-4) higher up. Frosty conditions in the mountains are also expected to affect foothill areas.
Temperatures will fluctuate slightly up and then noticeably down Tuesday and Wednesday respectively, with skies being cloudy at times with chances of local showers and isolated thunderstorms, while Thursday weather is expected to be clear with temperatures on the rise once again.
Snow is expected to fall high up in the mountains this week, with the last measurement of the Troodos Square snow gauge showing was 3 inches as recorded Monday morning at 5am.