Cyprus is due to experience bad weather conditions this week, including lower-than-normal temperatures, and snowfall, the met office said on Monday.
Stormy weather, low temperatures, rainfall, and snowfall in mountainous areas, are forecast.
Average temperatures are expected to drop sharply to around 10˚C in the plains, and below zero in mountainous areas.
Over the next couple of days temperatures inland are expected to range between 13˚C and 15˚C during the day, and 5˚C and 7˚C at night.
Temperatures in mountainous areas will range from 3˚C during the day to 0˚C at night.
Rainfall in low areas, snowfall in the highlands and stronger winds throughout are forecast to commence late on Tuesday, carrying on throughout Wednesday.
During this time, the meteorological service expects at least some snowfall to reach semi-mountainous areas.
Data from previous years suggests that current temperatures are significantly lower than normal, by 2˚C to 4˚C in the plains and up to 5˚C in mountainous regions.
This trend is expected to continue throughout the week.