Weak high pressure, which affects the area, begins to subside and from tomorrow low pressure is expected, which is expected to give isolated rains and thunderstorms.
There will be occasional thin dust in the atmosphere.
According to the Meteorological Service, today, early in the morning, a local sparse will be observed fog and low cloud, mainly in the eastern half of the island, which will soon dissolve, while periods of sunshine will alternate with cloudy, which is expected to give isolated, mostly light, rains.
The winds will blow northeast to southeast, weak to moderate, 3 to 4 beauforts and locally, on the west and north coasts, to strong, 4 to 5 beauforts. The sea will generally be a little turbulent but in the afternoon, in the leeward, until turbulent. The temperature will rise around 20 degrees inland and on the coast, except on the north coast where it is expected around 23 degrees and around 10 degrees in the higher mountains.
Tonight the weather will become partly cloudy and temporarily cloudy in places, while in leeward areas of the interior it is expected to form light fog and low cloud cover. The winds will blow northeast to southeast and locally northwest, weak and on the leeward coast to moderate, 3 to 4 Beaufort. In the midnight hours they will gradually become strong, 4 to 5 Beaufort, on the windward beaches. The sea will be a little turbulent in the leeward, but in the leeward until it is turbulent. The temperature will drop to around 9 degrees inland, around 14 on the west coast, around 13 on the rest of the coast and around 3 degrees in the higher mountains, where frost is likely to form locally.
On Sunday the weather will be partly cloudy and temporarily cloudy, while gradually local rains and isolated thunderstorms are expected. From late afternoon onwards, the phenomena will affect more areas and locally may be prolonged or intense, mainly in the west and south. At night, in the highest peaks of Troodos or locally in the higher mountains, snowfall is expected while very strong southwesterly winds will blow on the windward coast.
On Monday the weather will be mostly cloudy, while rains are expected in most areas, as well as isolated thunderstorms. Locally the effects may be prolonged or intense. Snowfall is expected in the higher mountains, while very strong southwest winds will blow on the windward shores. On Tuesday the weather will be mostly cloudy in the morning, with local rains or isolated thunderstorms, as well as temporary snowfall on the highest peaks of Troodos. It will later become partly cloudy and locally cloudy.
The temperature will drop slightly on Sunday, however, remaining slightly above the average climatic values. The temperature is expected to drop on Monday, to fluctuate close to the average climatic values, while on Tuesday a small rise is expected.