Today's weather will be mostly clear, but there will be locally increasing clouds, especially after midday, which will cause isolated showers, primarily in the mountains and some inland areas. Winds will be light to moderate, 3 to 4 Beaufort at first, then gradually becoming southwest to northwest, of the same intensity, by noon. The winds will be moderate, 4 Beaufort, especially on the windward coast. In general, the sea will be choppy. Temperatures will reach around 19 degrees inland and along the coast, and 9 degrees at higher elevations.
The northern coast and the west will experience the majority of the evening's locally increasing clouds, which could eventually produce sporadic light showers. Winds will be light and variable from northwest to northeast, with gusts to 3 Beaufort on the northern coast. The sea will be choppy to moderately rough. Temperatures are expected to drop to around 8 degrees inland, 11 degrees on the coast, and 1 degree in the higher mountains, where frost is expected to form locally.
The weather will be cloudy at times on Wednesday and Thursday, with isolated showers and thunderstorms possible. On the Troodos' higher peaks, light snow or sleet is possible.
On Friday, the sky will be mostly clear, with a few scattered clouds.
Temperatures are not expected to change significantly until Thursday when they will rise slightly but remain just above average for the season.