A low pressure system is expected to affect Cyprus later this week, with falling temperatures, strong winds, and thunderstorms in the picture but conditions are set to improve on the weekend.
Wednesday skies will be mostly clear in the daytime following a morning period of low visibility due to fog but medium and high altitude clouds are also expected back on the scene after noon.
Strong winds could also batter coastal areas while small amounts of dust in the air will stick around from time to time through Thursday. People with seasonal allergies, breathing problems, or asthma may click here for information on the latest air quality levels at various traffic and industrial stations across the island.
Temperature highs will reach 20 degrees Celsius inland, 22 in the north and west, 21 in all other coastal regions, while it will be 14 degrees high up in the mountains.
Evening skies will be mostly cloudy with chances of light rain, while winds will be very strong in windward areas with moderate activity expected in leeward locations. Temperature lows will drop to 11 degrees inland, 14 along the coast, and 9 higher up.
Thursday and Friday skies will be cloudy with showers and thunderstorms expected along with chances of hail, while over temperatures will continue to fall.
But weather conditions are expected to improve gradually after Friday afternoon, with temperatures rising up again on Saturday when it will be partly cloudy with chances of local showers.
The last measurement of the Troodos Square snow gauge was 20 inches as recorded on Wednesday morning at 5am.