The first snowflakes fell in Troodos on Friday afternoon (25/11), as captured by the "KitasWeather" camera installed in the area. The area is affected by extensive cloud cover, which allows the temperature to drop to ideal levels temporarily, allowing snowfall to be observed but without snowfall.
The forecast in detail
The area is experiencing low pressure.
It will be partly cloudy tonight, with isolated showers and thunderstorms. Winds will be moderate to strong from the west to northwest, measuring 4 to 5 Beaufort. The sea will be rough to choppy on the western and northern coasts. Temperatures will fall to around 10 degrees inland, 14 degrees on the coast, and 5 degrees higher in the mountains.
Tomorrow's weather will be partly cloudy, with the possibility of isolated light rain. Winds will be light to moderate in the northwest (3 to 4 Beaufort) and moderate to strong in the west (4 to 5 Beaufort). The sea will be rough and choppy along the west coast. Temperatures will reach around 21 degrees inland, 22 degrees along the coast, and 10 degrees in the higher mountains.
The sky will be partly cloudy tomorrow night. The winds will be light, 3 Beaufort, and the sea will be calm to slightly choppy.
Sunday and Monday will be mostly cloudy with medium to high clouds, with local showers and isolated thunderstorms possible on Tuesday.
Temperatures will not change significantly over the next three days and will be close to average climatic values.