A low pressure system is still affecting the island.
Overcast skies will bring light showers today, mainly in western areas, with local showers expected across the country in the afternoon.
Snowfalls are expected on the highest reaches of the Troodos mountains.
Winds will mainly be light southwesterly to northwesterly, light force three, gradually turning moderate force four, over slight seas.
Temperatures will rise to 17 degrees celsius inland and in coastal regions and 7 on the mountains.
Isolated showers expected this evening, mostly in coastal regions and on the mountains, with mist in certain inland areas at dawn.
Winds will be northwesterly to northeasterly and locally light variable force two to three, over calm to slight seas.
Temperatures will drop around 6 degrees celsius inland, 10 in western coastal areas, 8 on the rest of the coastal regions and one on the mountains, where frost will form.
Isolated showers are expected on Monday afternoon, with more rain on Tuesday and snowfalls on the Troodos mountains.
Temperatures will be higher than the seasonal average.
The depth of snow on Troodos square was 77 centimetres this morning.