A low pressure system is still affecting fair skies over parts of Cyprus, adding to more chances of afternoon local showers over the next few days with highs up to 30 and lows in the upper teens and low 20's.
Monday skies will be partly cloudy with scattered high clouds after noon and chances of rain showers mainly over the mountains and along the northern coast.
The sea initially will be calm but later it will become relatively calm while choppy waters are expected in the evening along the eastern coast.
Wet weather and cloudy skies are expected to last through Thursday, when a noticeable temperature drop is expected
Winds will range from weak to moderate during the day while strong winds are expected in the evening over local areas along the southern coastline.
Maximum high temperatures are expected to reach 30° Celsius inland, 29 south and out west, 27 in all other coastal regions, and around 20 in the mountains.
Minimum lows will register about 18 degrees inland, around 19 in the northern and western parts, 22 in all other coastal regions, while it will be 12 degrees up on the mountains.
Evening skies will remain partly cloudy with drizzles of rain mainly over the mountains and along the northern coastline.
Dust watch through Wednesday, temperature drop on Thursday
Wet weather and cloudy skies are expected to last through Thursday, with afternoon rain showers and possibly isolated thunderstorms likely inland and over the mountains, while Wednesday evening local showers are expected to shift mainly west and in the north.
Temperatures through Wednesday are expected to remain the same while on Thursday a noticeable drop is expected within normal averages for this time of the year.
All areas remain under a dust watch despite the rainy forecast, with authorities not issuing an alert but warning that air quality is being affecting by dust particles through Wednesday.