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Rain showers in mountainous areas

Rainfall retreats, skies gradually clear


Isolated rain showers are forecasted primarily in western and mountainous regions today, Monday, gradually clearing by afternoon, as per the Cyprus Meteorological Service. Inland temperatures will reach 18 degrees Celsius, approximately 20 degrees Celsius along the coast, and 6 degrees Celsius in higher elevations.

Today, expect partly cloudy skies with isolated showers, particularly in western and mountainous areas. As the day progresses, skies will gradually become mostly clear.

Winds will predominantly blow from the southwest to northwest, ranging from light to moderate, at 3 to 4 Beaufort, occasionally becoming moderate to strong, at 4 to 5 Beaufort in prefrontal regions.

The sea will experience light to moderate turbulence, occasionally moderate in prefrontal zones. Inland temperatures will peak at 18 degrees Celsius, around 20 degrees Celsius along the coast, and 6 degrees Celsius in higher elevations.

Tonight, the weather will predominantly be clear. Winds will gradually shift to mainly northwest to northeast, weak, at 3 Beaufort. The sea will be slightly to moderately turbulent.

Expect temperatures to drop to 6 degrees Celsius inland, approximately 7 degrees Celsius in southern and eastern coastal areas, around 9 degrees Celsius in western and northern coastal areas, and 1 degree Celsius in higher elevations, where localized frost formation is anticipated. Tuesday's weather will be predominantly clear. Wednesday and Thursday are expected to be partly cloudy.

Temperatures will rise noticeably above average on Tuesday, gradually experiencing a slight decrease by Wednesday and Thursday.

At the time of the report, the snow depth at Troodos Square was recorded at 21 centimeters.

[Information sourced from Cyprus Met Service]

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