Weak high pressure is affecting the region, and low pressure is expected to build gradually in the region beginning Saturday.
Today will be mostly clear, with partly cloudy skies throughout the afternoon primarily in the interior and east of the island. Winds will be light to moderate, 3 to 4 Beaufort in the morning and moderate, and 4 Beaufort in the afternoon. The sea will be choppy to rough at times. Inland, in the west, and along the northern coast, the temperature will increase to about 23 degrees, while the rest of the coast will be around 22 degrees and the higher mountains will be at about 14 degrees.
Tonight will be mostly clear, but there may be some light fog in the early morning, primarily in the interior and east of the island. Winds will be northeast to southeast and locally variable, generally light, 2 to 3 Beaufort, but occasionally up to moderate, 3 to 4 Beaufort, on the west coast. The sea will be calm to slightly rough, with the exception of the west coast, where it will remain slightly rough. Temperatures will fall to about 9 degrees inland, 12 degrees on the south and east coasts, 13 degrees on the west and north coasts, and 7 degrees in the higher mountains.
On Saturday, the sky will be mostly clear, but high clouds will begin to form around midday. Temperatures will rise slightly but remain well above average for the season.
On Sunday, the sky will be mostly cloudy, with isolated showers or thunderstorms possible. Temperatures are expected to gradually fall.
On Monday, showers and isolated thunderstorms are expected, while sleet or snow is expected on Troodos' higher peaks, especially after midday. Temperatures are expected to gradually fall to near or slightly below average climatic levels.