November 20th, 2017

Cyprus Weather News

News about the weather and weather related issues in Cyprus.

Rain and storms anticipated from Monday night

An update Meteorological Department forecast has predicted rain from late Monday night with a steady drop in temperatures also forecast by the middle of the week. more

Showers expected for Wednesday and Thursday

Weather officials say Cyprus is likely to be swept with more rain on Wednesday with more showers also expected for Thursday more

Rain showers expected over holiday weekend

Unusually low temperatures are changing how most people view a long mid-August holiday weekend in Cyprus, with rain likely coming into the picture Saturday afternoon and humidity staying high. more

Sweltering start to August in Cyprus

Extremely hot temperatures have arrived along with the start of the new month. more

Sizzling Cyprus summer gets even hotter

The coming days look set to be even hotter than Cyprus’ typically sizzling summers with inland temperatures climbing as high as 39 °C until after the weekend. more

Heatwave blasts Cyprus, code yellow warning issued

Heat wave conditions will prevail from today until Friday across Cyprus, with the temperature expected to reach 41 degrees Celsius inland later. more

New heatwave to bake sweltering Cyprus

Another week of boiling weather set to begin, with forecasters predicting temperatures could rise as high as 41C in Nicosia tomorrow. more

Rain-swamped roads in Limassol and Nicosia reopen

Police announced that all roads that had closed in Nicosia and Limassol districts had re-opened to traffic after the weather took a turn for the worse on Friday with heavy rains and storms in some areas. more

Weather makes a turn for the worse

Storms with a possibility of hail are forecast for Thursday, Friday and Saturday with temperatures well below normal for this time of the year, according to the met office. more

Dust to remain until Monday

The department of labour inspection warned on Saturday of increased dust levels in the atmosphere, which will remain until Monday. more