Weak low pressure and a relatively cold air mass is affecting the area.
Friday will be partly cloudy while mainly after midday clouds that develop are expected to lead to isolated showers and/or thunderstorms. Temperatures will rise to 15 C inland, around 16 on the coast and 6 C in the mountains.
Tonight will be partly cloudy and at intervals mainly cloudy while there may be isolated showers and/or thunderstorms mainly in the early morning hours and mainly in the east. Temperatures will fall to 5 C inland, around 7 C on the coast and -1 C in the higher Troodos peaks. Frost is expected locally in the mountains.
Saturday will be partly cloudy, however initially in the southeast and east it will be mainly cloudy and local showers as well as isolated thunderstorms are forecast. The weather will improve significantly in the afternoon.
Temperatures will edge up, but will remain below the seasonal average.
Sunday will be partly cloudy and at intervals there will be increased cloud, mainly high cloud,
Monday will be partly cloudy. Temperatures will edge up on Sunday to close to average for the time of year, remaining at the same levels on Monday.
There is 2 cm of snow on Troodos Square.