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Today the weather will be mostly clear but in the afternoon there will be more clouds, especially in the mountains and the interior. Temperatures around the seasonal average, but the risk for the odd afternoon shower can not be ruled out. There will be light winds in the morning, which will strengthen during the afternoon, reaching 6 Bft in the South-Southeastern coasts. Tonight, there will be clear skies and the temperatures will be around the seasonal average.

Tomorrow, in the morning locally low clouds and early mist are likely to form, but it will be mostly clear by mid morning. Clouds will gradually bubble over the Troodos mountain range and the Central Plain, with scattered showers and thunderstorms developing during the afternoon. Thunderstorms will tend to move Northeastwards and will affect some parts over the Northern 1/3 of the Island. In the morning there will be light winds, which will strengthen during the afternoon, with gusts reaching 6 Bft for the South-Southeastern coasts. Temperatures will be still remaining around the seasonal average.

On Wednesday, early mist and low morning clouds will mostly clear by mid morning. Scattered showers will be developing in the Troodos mountain range during the afternoon, a few possibly being heavy and thundery. Thunderstorms will tend to move South-Southeastwards and may affect some parts over the Southeastern 1/3 of the Island. The light winds in the morning will strengthen during the afternoon, with gusts reaching 6 Bft for the South-Southeastern coasts once again. Temperatures will still remain around the seasonal average.

On Thursday, like on wednesday, the weather will initially be mostly warm but in the afternoon there will be increased clouds and possible rainfall, especially in the mountains but also in some areas of the interior.

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