A low pressure system is once again affecting the area, with sunshine during the day expected to be taken over by cloudy skies, rain and thunderstorms.
Monday skies will be partly cloudy with some sunshine expected during early parts of the day. However, due to low barometric pressure that will set in later, chances of local showers and isolated thunderstorms are also expected during later parts of the day.
Latest Troodos Square snow gauge: 18.5 inches
Maximum high temperatures will reach 15° Celsius inland as well as along the coasts in the north and out west, around 16 degrees in all other coastal regions, while it will be 5 degrees up in the highest elevations.
Frost will form in the morning over the mountains where snow is also expected to fall.
Minimum lows will drop down to 7° Celsius inland, around 11 in all coastal areas, while it will be one degree (1) in the highest elevations where frost is expected to form.
Strong winds on Tuesaday
Strong winds are expected Tuesday along with local showers and thunderstorms. Snow will continue to fall in the mountains while it is also expected over some foothill areas overnight.
Temperatures will drop noticeably Tuesday and Wednesday while Thursday will pick back up while still remaining below the normal averages for this time of the year.
The last measurement of the Troodos Square snow gauge was 18.5 inches, as recorded at 5am Monday morning.