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Temperatures on the up, some mountain roads reopen

After a 10-degree plunge on Thursday, temperatures are gradually rising to normal levels, met office official Cleanthis Nicolaides said on Friday.

No rain is expected over the weekend, and temperatures are expected to be 13C inland, 15C in the coast and 6C in mountainous areas on Saturday, while they are expected to rise further on Sunday.

On Monday rain is expected mainly on the mountains while isolated showers and possible storms are expected on Tuesday.

Police announced Friday evening that all roads leading to Troodos and the Kakopetria-Karvounas, Kalopanayiotis-Moutoullas and Pedoulas-Kykkos roads were open to all vehicles but were slippery due to frost, and urged drivers to be especially careful.

The following roads are open only to vehicles with snow chains or four-wheel drive:

Kakkopetria-Painewood-Pedoulas

Moutoullas-Pedoulas

Pedoulas-Prodromos

Prodromos-Platres

Prodromos-Lemythou

 

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