Barometric low affects the area, while weak high pressure is expected from tomorrow.
Today, the weather will be mostly clear and relatively cold, although locally increased clouds will be observed. The winds will blow northwest to north, strong to very strong, 5 to 6 beauforts and temporarily locally to strong, 7 beauforts, but from the afternoon they will gradually weaken. The temperature will rise to 13 degrees inland, around 14 on the coast and 1 degree in the higher mountains, where frost is expected.
Tonight, the weather will be mostly clear. The winds will blow northwest to north and later locally to northeast, weak and temporarily to moderate, 3 to 4 Beaufort. The sea will be on the west and north coasts, turbulent and on the south and east coasts a little turbulent. The temperature will drop to 5 degrees inland, around 6 on the coast and minus 4 degrees in the higher mountains, where frost will prevail.
On Saturday the weather will be mostly clear, while from the afternoon there will be increased high clouds. On Sunday, there will be occasional high clouds.
On Monday the weather will be partly cloudy and at times partly cloudy and local rains and isolated thunderstorms are expected, mainly in the afternoon. Snow or sleet is expected on the highest peaks of Troodos.
The temperature will rise significantly on Saturday, while a slight drop is expected from Sunday.