A low pressure is affecting Cyprus with chances of showers in parts of the island and small amounts of dust in the air.
Wednesday skies will be partly cloudy with chances of showers mainly in the south and out west, while winds in leeward areas could pick up in the daytime.
Temperature highs will reach 16 degrees Celsius inland, in the north, and eastern parts of the island, 19 in all other coastal regions, while it will be 6 high up in the mountains.
Chances of showers and isolated thunderstorms are expected for the rest of the workweek, with temperature dropping slightly on Friday and rising again on Saturday
Evening skies will remain partly cloudy with lows dropping to 5 degrees in the interior, 9 in the north and west, 11 in all other coastal areas, while it will be 2 higher up where frost will form overnight.
Weather officials have not issued any dust warnings but said low levels were expected to appear at times. People with seasonal allergies, breathing problems, or asthma may click here for information on the latest air quality levels at various traffic and industrial stations across the island.
Chances of showers and isolated thunderstorms are expected for the rest of the workweek, with temperature dropping slightly on Friday and rising again on Saturday when skies will be mainly clear despite increasing clouds scattered in parts of the island at times.
Snow continues to fall high up in the Troodos Mountains, while the last measurement of the Troodos Square snow gauge was 30 inches as recorded on Wednesday morning at 5am.