The region is being affected by low barometric pressure.
Today's weather will be mostly clear, with locally increasing clouds in the west and north. The weather will gradually become partly to mostly cloudy, with isolated showers expected primarily in the mountains and north. Winds will be variable at first, then sea breezes of 3 Beaufort. There will be no waves. The temperature will rise to around 21 degrees in the interior, 19 degrees on the coast, and 11 degrees in the higher mountains.
Tonight's sky will be partly cloudy. Winds will be light from the northwest to the northeast, gusting up to 3 Beaufort, and the sea will be calm. In the interior, the temperature will drop to around 6 degrees, around 9 degrees on the coast and 1 degree in the higher mountains, where frost is expected to form locally.
Locally increasing clouds are expected to produce isolated showers on Saturday at noon and early afternoon. The weather will be mostly clear on Sunday, with the exception of increasing clouds in the west and mountains. On Monday, the sky will be mostly clear.
Temperatures will not change significantly on Saturday, but will gradually rise to well above average climatic values on Sunday and Monday.
At the time of this report, the snow depth at Troodos Square was 27 cm.