Monday skies will be mostly clear throughout the day while scattered clouds and low chances of rain are expected over the mountains later in the day and throughout the week.
According to weather officials, the week starts off with a high pressure system and mixed weather mainly clear to partly cloudy, while light rain is expected at times over mountain areas.
Monday lows are expected to range in the single digits, with 9 Celsius inland, 11 along the coast and 5 degrees up on the mountains.
Fog is expected to form overnight while Tuesday weather will gradually become partly cloudy. High clouds out west and local showers over mountain areas are expected after the fog goes away.
Tuesday highs will reach 20 degrees inland as well as in the coastal areas, while it will be double digits all over the mountains with maximum 14 at the highest points.
Low chances of isolated showers mainly over mountain areas are expected on Wednesday, while fog and low clouds will begin to set in from the late evening through early morning.
There will be increasing clouds also on Thursday and Friday with a chance of isolated thunderstorms also thrown in the mix mainly the foothill areas and mountains.
The last measurement of the Troodos Square snow gauge was 6 inches, as recorded at 11am on Monday.