A weak low pressure system is affecting Cyprus on Monday, while a falling hand on the barometer on Tuesday will bring more rain and a temperature drop by midweek.
Monday skies will be partly cloudy with daytime highs reaching 18 degrees Celsius inland and in coastal regions, while it will be 7 high up in the mountains.
Evening skies will be partly cloudy and at times mostly cloudy with isolated showers expected mainly in coastal areas. Temperature lows will drop to 7 degrees inland, 9 in the south and east, 11 in the north and west, while it will be 3 higher up where frost is expected to form overnight.
Temperatures will go up briefly on Tuesday when skies will be partly cloudy with chances of isolated thunderstorms, but the needle on the barometer is excepted to drop in the evening, with high chances of local showers and isolated thunderstorms initially in the west.
Wednesday temperatures will drop again while mostly cloudy skies are expected, along with local showers and isolated thunderstorms, as well as snow high up in the mountains.
The last measurement of the Troodos Square snow gauge was 29 inches as recorded on Monday morning at 5am.