November 21st, 2017

Cyprus Weather News

News about the weather and weather related issues in Cyprus.

Heavy rains

State services battled throughout the entire day yesterday as more heavy rains fell across the island, flooding dozens of dwellings and causing traffic havoc. ...read more

High levels of dust

Vulnerable groups in society, like children, the elderly and pregnant women are being warned to stay indoors due to extremely high dust levels in the atmosphere. ...read more

Bad weather set to continue

Stormy weather is set to continue until Wednesday with mild mornings turning to wind and rain by noon, the Weather Service said Monday. ...read more

Heatwave

The heatwave is expected to continue over the weekend with a system of high pressure coming from Northwest Africa, the Meteorology Service said yesterday with temperatures expected to reach a minimum of 41 degrees Celsius. ...read more

Weather not unusual for May

Scattered rains and thunderstorms are not extraordinary for the month of May, despite yesterday's lower than usual temperatures, the weather services said yesterday. ...read more

Wettest March in six years

March was the second wettest on record in the past 10 years, with rainfall exceeding the monthly average by almost 20 per cent, reports said yesterday. ...read more

Cypriots worry more about water than rest of EU

Cypriots are far more concerned about the quantity of water available in their country than other EU citizens, according to the latest Eurobarometer on water issues. ...read more

Argaka residents celebrate overflowing dam

Following a stormy night in Paphos, spontaneous celebrations began in Argaka, as the dam began to overflow yesterday morning. ...read more

Rain is welcome relief to island’s reservoirs

More Water flowed into the islands' dams yesterday following three days of solid rainfall, increasing total reservoir capacity by nearly one per cent. ...read more

Dam capacity up one per cent

Almost four million cubic metres of water flowed in the island’s dams as a result of the weekend rain. ...read more