On yellow weather alert is on place on Monday until 5 pm. The weather will be mostly cloudy with intermittent rains, isolated storms and snow in the higher mountains. In some localities the effects are likely to be prolonged or intense. Visibility will be temporarily limited due to increased low clouds or even fog. Winds will be initially north-easterly to south-easterly and turning to south-westerly in the afternoon, transient, weak to moderate with strong headwinds up to, up to 5 Beaufort at times. The sea will be a little rough to rough. Temperatures will rise to 15 C inland, 17 C on the coast and 7 C in the higher mountains.

On Monday night, the weather will remain mostly cloudy with isolated showers and thunderstorms expected at intervals. In the higher mountains, snow or sleet will fall and visibility is expected to be limited. Winds will be mainly north-westerly to north-easterly weak 3 to moderate up to 4 Beaufort. The sea will be somewhat rough. Temperatures will drop to 8 C inland, 10 C on the coast and 2 C in the higher mountains, where local frost will form.

On Tuesday the weather will be partly cloudy with isolated rains in some areas and snow or sleet on the highest peaks of Troodos.

On Wednesday and Thursday the weather will be partly cloudy. Temperatures will slowly rise to hover slightly above average for the season.

The height of the snow in Troodos Square is 7 cm.