In weather news, the Meteorological Service has forecasted a temperature rise for the region. Weak high pressure will continue to affect the area until Thursday. Today, we can expect initially increasing average clouds, which will eventually give way to mostly clear skies. However, locally increasing clouds in the afternoon and evening may bring isolated showers in the mountains and possibly inland areas. The winds will initially blow mainly northeast to southeast, light at 3 Beaufort, and gradually become sea breezes, light to moderate at 3 to 4 Beaufort. The sea conditions will be calm to a little rough. Temperatures are expected to rise to around 28 degrees inland, around 24 degrees in the southeast and east coast, around 23 degrees on the rest of the coast, and around 17 degrees in the higher mountains.
Tonight, we can expect partly cloudy skies with winds gradually becoming mainly northwest to northeast, light at 3 Beaufort. The sea will remain calm to a little rough, and the temperature will drop to around 11 degrees inland, around 13 degrees on the coast, and around 8 degrees in the higher mountains.
Looking ahead, Wednesday's weather will be mainly clear, although there may be patchy high clouds at times. On Thursday, the weather will be mainly clear at first, with increasing mid to high clouds soon to be seen. It will be mainly cloudy on Friday with medium to high clouds, which are expected to produce isolated light showers, mainly in the mountains. The atmosphere may be sparsely dusty at times.
Temperatures will gradually rise through Thursday, falling slightly on Friday, and are expected to be above average for the climate. Stay updated with the latest weather news and take necessary precautions to stay safe and comfortable in the changing weather conditions.
[With information from CNA and Cyprus Met Service]