The first snow of the winter has arrived on the Troodos mountain, while all of Cyprus remains under a flood watch due to severe weather.
According to the online webcam at skicyprus.com, the scenery in Troodos mountains includes a thin layer of sleet and snow.
Wednesday skies will be partly cloudy with increasing chances of rain showers and isolated thunderstorms in many local areas around the island. According to a weather alert issued on Tuesday through Wednesday at 5pm, rain accumulation is expected to exceed 55 millimeters within 24 hours.
Maximum high temperatures will climb to 18° Celsius both inland and coastal regions, while it will be 6° degrees up in the highest elevations.
Minimum lows will drop down to 9° Celsius inland, around 10° in the coastal regions, while it will be 0° degrees (zero) up in the highest elevations. Frost is expected to form at the highest peaks.
Thursday and Friday skies will be mostly clear while there will be periods of cloud formations with more increasing clouds from time to time.
Temperatures are expected to pick up on Friday while Saturday temperatures will set around just slightly above normal averages for this time of the year.