Weak high pressure is affecting the region. The atmosphere will see sparse dust at times.
Today's weather will be mostly clear, although, mainly in the afternoon, there will be patchy high clouds. Winds will be mainly northeast to southeast, light to moderate, 3 to 4 Beaufort and the sea will be choppy to slightly choppy. Temperatures will rise to around 26 degrees in the interior and west coast, around 24 degrees on the rest of the coast and around 18 degrees in the higher mountains.
Tonight there will be partly cloudy skies with high clouds. During the morning hours, thin fog will form locally in the southeast. Winds will blow mainly northwest to northeast, light, up to 3 Beaufort and the sea will become calm to slightly rough. Temperatures will drop to around 8 degrees in the interior and higher mountains and around 11 degrees on the coast.
On Wednesday, Thursday and Friday the weather will be mainly clear, although there will be patchy high clouds.
Temperatures are not expected to show any notable change until Thursday, while a drop is expected on Friday, to remain well above average climatic values.
The snow depth at Troodos Square, at the time of writing, was 18 cm.