May 21st, 2018

Cyprus Weather News

News about the weather and weather related issues in Cyprus.

Temperature drop back to normal temporarily

Temperatures which peaked at 35C last week are much lower this week, rising to just 23C inland, 22C in coastal areas and 15C in the mountains on Tuesday. more

Dust levels return to normal

Dust levels are back to normal after days of being very high, which caused schools to suspend excursions and outdoor exercises. more

Limassol counting cost of rain damage after overnight deluge

Overnight torrential rain in Limassol caused thousands of euros in damage, as dwellings flooded and motorists were stranded on deluged roads and parking lots along the coast. more

Bad weather causes rockslides in Paphos area

Bad weather conditions continue to cause problems on the roads, especially in the Paphos region and the mountains. more

No white Christmas, but dust to subside

The high level of dust particles in the atmosphere, which has caused breathing problems and raised the temperature, will gradually clear by Saturday evening, the met office said. more

First snow on Troodos

Rain and the first snow on Troodos fell on Wednesday morning, but the rainy weather will not last, the met office announced in the early afternoon. more

Police warnings, as bad weather hits the island

Police on Wednesday morning called on drivers travelling on the Limassol to Platres road to be extremely careful because of landslides caused by rain. more

Heavy rain falls on Nicosia

A downpour on Friday afternoon took Nicosia residents by surprise as they didn’t expect such heavy rainfall, despite met office warnings that the day was expected to be rainy. more

July in Cyprus was the hottest for 30 years

Average maximum temperatures in July were the hottest recorded in Cyprus for more than 30 years. more

Hotter than usual weather ahead of temperature dip

Quick to note that, statistically this is the hottest time of the year for Cyprus, the Meteorological Department on Monday warned that the week would be getting off to a warm start. more