Tonight's weather will be mostly cloudy, with isolated showers and thunderstorms. Extreme weather is expected to bring hail, and snow to the mountains. Winds will be mostly northwest to the northeast and locally variable, 3 Beaufort, with a calm to slightly choppy sea. Temperatures will drop to around 4 degrees inland, 6 degrees on the east and south coasts, 8 degrees on the west and north coasts, and -2 degrees in the higher mountains. Frost will form in the mountains and lowlands.
Tomorrow will be mostly cloudy with isolated showers and the possibility of isolated thunderstorms. Snow is expected in the mountains. Winds will be moderate to strong in the southwest to northwest, 4 to 5 Beaufort, and the sea will be slightly rough to choppy. Temperatures will reach 18 degrees inland and on the coast, and 7 degrees in the higher mountains. Frost will prevail in the higher mountains.
The sky will be mostly cloudy tomorrow night. Winds will be moderate to strong, 4 to 5 Beaufort, and the sea will be slight to moderately choppy.
Sunday will be cloudy with showers and isolated thunderstorms. Locally, the phenomenon can be prolonged and intense at times. Snow will fall in the highlands, and snow or sleet will fall locally in the mountains.
On Monday, the sky will be partly cloudy with isolated showers and thunderstorms, while isolated showers are expected on Tuesday.
Temperatures will gradually fall from Monday to be below average for the season. Troodos Square had 16 cm of snow at the time of this report.
Today's temperatures and relative humidity at 2 p.m. were as follows: