The midweek forecast predicts clear skies and pleasant temperatures around 21C during the daytime, cooling down to 8C inland and 12C in the mountains at night. The weekend outlook suggests consistent sunshine with mild dust spells, ideal for outdoor activities, along with slightly rough sea conditions and moderate winds.
Thursday’s weather will be mostly clear with chances of isolated showers, particularly along the northern coast and in mountainous areas. Temperatures will rise to a comfortable 19°C inland and on the coast, and around 10°C in the mountains. Light winds are expected, with frost forming at night as temperatures dip to 7°C inland and 2°C in higher altitudes.
Today’s weather forecast calls for mostly cloudy skies and isolated storms, with temperatures reaching 19°C inland, 21°C along the coast, and 9°C in the mountains. The weekend ahead will bring scattered showers, potential thunderstorms, and even snow in the Troodos region, with temperatures cooling down and the chance of some clearer skies on Sunday.
Friday will be mostly sunny with temperatures reaching 23 degrees Celsius, while mountain areas will see around 12 degrees Celsius. Winds will be gentle, between 3 and 4 Beaufort, and the sea will be calm to slightly rough. The weekend promises clear skies with occasional cloudiness and mild conditions continuing into Monday.
The upcoming weather forecast will bring a mix of conditions, with temperatures ranging from a comfortable 21C in lowland areas to a cooler 12C in the mountains. Winds will shift from northsouth to westerly and will be moderate in strength. Clear skies post dusk will lead to a dip in temperatures, especially in high mountains, with the weekend expected to be bright and mostly clear with temperatures above the seasonal average.