A variety of cloud formations will dominate skies over Cyprus this week, with strong winds in the southwest and chances of rain remaining low throughout the island.
Monday skies will be partly cloudy with chances of rain remaining low throughout the island due to a relatively high pressure that has moved into the area.
Strong winds are expected in the afternoon on and off in the southwest but wind activity will settle down in the evening, when increasing cloud formations are expected in parts of the island.
Temperature highs will reach 17 degrees Celsius inland and in coastal areas while it will be 9 high up in the mountains, while lows will drop to 7 degrees inland and coastal areas while it will be 2 higher up where frost conditions are not ruled out overnight.
Similar conditions are expected Tuesday and Wednesday while Thursday skies will be mostly clear.
Overall temperatures this week will be close to normal averages for this time of the year.
No snow is expected in the following days while the last measurement of the Troodos Square snow gauge was 26 inches as recorded on Monday morning at 5am.