Good morning! Here's the weather forecast for our region:
Today, we can expect mostly clear skies with a seasonal low-pressure system influencing the area. The winds will be coming from the southwest to northwest direction. Initially, they will be light, and locally they may reach moderate strength, measuring 3 to 4 Beaufort. As the day progresses, the winds will gradually shift to become light to moderate, 3 to 4 Beaufort, but in some offshore areas, they could become strong, reaching 5 Beaufort. The sea conditions will start off calm to slightly choppy, and in the west, it will be slightly choppy. However, as the day goes on, the sea will become slightly choppy overall. The temperatures will climb to 37 degrees Celsius inland, 32 degrees on the west coast, approximately 34 degrees on the rest of the coast, and 31 degrees in the higher mountains.
As we move into the night, the weather will remain mainly clear, but there is a possibility of locally increasing low clouds and thin fog forming during the morning hours. The winds will shift mainly from the southwest to the northwest and will start off as light to moderate, 3 to 4 Beaufort. Later in the night, the winds will become light, measuring 3 Beaufort. The sea conditions will be a little choppy off the west coast and calm to a little choppy off the rest of the coast. The temperatures are expected to drop, with lows of around 21 degrees Celsius inland, around 23 degrees on the coast, and 19 degrees in the higher mountains.
Looking ahead to Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, we can expect mainly clear weather with some localized clouds developing in the afternoon hours. The temperature will remain relatively stable over the three days, hovering close to the average climatic values.
[Information sourced from Cyprus Met Service and CNA]