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15 April, 2021
 
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Mixed skies as temps drop late weekend

Occasional clouds stick around but sun still shines, temps drop noticeably Sunday, storms expected Monday

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A high pressure system is affecting the area over Cyprus, with periods of sunshine but also low chances of rain, while temperatures are expected to drop noticeably towards the end of the weekend as chances of stormy weather go up.

According to weather officials, Friday skies will be periodically filled with scattered clouds but the sun will still shine throughout the day, while light rain is likely in the afternoon in local areas.

On Monday, another cold day but with temperatures above normal averages, partly cloudy skies, while evening showers are expected along with isolated thunderstorms initially out west

Temperature highs will reach 20 degrees Celsius inland and along the coast, while it will be 15 degrees high up in the mountains.

Evening skies will be cloudy with some increasing low clouds while fog and low cloud formations are expected in the interior and along the east coast.

Temperature lows will drop down to 7 degrees inland, 9 south and east, around 11 north and west, while it will be 4 degrees high up in the mountains where frost is expected to form.

Increasing clouds are also expected over the weekend, with temperatures starting to drop noticeably Sunday.

On Monday, another cold day but with temperatures above normal averages, skies will be partly cloudy, while evening showers are expected along with isolated thunderstorms initially out west.

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