Today's weather will be mostly clear, with some clouds in the west and along the northern coast, but clouds will gradually increase, especially in the mountains and in the western and southern Troodos, where isolated light showers may occur. The mountains will receive some snow or sleet. Winds will be mostly northwest to northeast, light to moderate, 3 to 4 Beaufort, with gusts up to 4 Beaufort. The sea will be calm to slightly rough, more so on the east coast. Temperatures will reach 13 degrees inland and on the southwest coast, 15 degrees along the rest of the coast, and 3 degrees in the higher mountains. There will be localized frost in the higher mountain areas.
Tonight will be mostly clear, with some cloudiness in the west and along the southern coast. Winds will be light to moderate, 3 to 4 Beaufort, and occasionally moderate, 4 Beaufort, along the north, west, and south coasts. The sea will be calm to slightly rough, gradually becoming rougher in parts of the west and north. Temperatures will drop to around zero degrees inland, five degrees on the coast, and four degrees in the higher mountains. In the mountains and inland areas, frost is expected.
On Thursday, the weather will be mostly clear, but by midday, locally increasing clouds may bring isolated light rain, primarily in the Troodos, and some snow or sleet in the mountains.
On Friday, the sky will be mostly clear, with scattered patchy clouds developing after midday. The weather will be partly cloudy on Saturday.
Temperatures are expected to gradually rise through Saturday, reaching near or slightly above seasonal averages. Troodos Square had 51 cm of snow at the time of writing.