February 20th, 2019

Cyprus Weather News

News about the weather and weather related issues in Cyprus.

Limassol streets flooded as rains continue

Heavy rain has been falling in many parts of Cyprus, with Limassol particularly affected. ...read more

More rain as unsettled weather continues

More rain is forecast for today as a low pressure system continues to affect the area, with the unsettled weather continuing over the weekend. ...read more

More rain today; Troodos roads open only to four wheel drive cars

More rain is forecast today, while police have warned that roads are slippery and all road to Troodos are open only to four wheel drive vehicles or those equipped with snow chains. ...read more

More rain forecast as police warn of slippery roads

A low pressure system is moving slowly east with more rain forecast for today. There will be dust in the atmosphere at intervals, particularly tonight. The dust will gradually clear from Friday night, the met office said. ...read more

Met issues heavy rain alert

The met office early on Wednesday issued a yellow alert warning of heavy rainfall over the next 24 hours. ...read more

Scattered showers as low pressure affects area

Low pressure is affecting the area, with the met office saying there will be dust in the atmosphere at intervals until Thursday. ...read more

More dust today; unsettled weather over next three days

A weak light pressure system is affecting the area, with more dust in the atmosphere at intervals, the met office said on Friday. ...read more

Mainly fine today and over weekend; a few roads still closed

Friday will be mainly fine as high pressure affects the area, though there will be increased cloud in the afternoon, while the weekend and Monday will see intervals of fine weather and cloud. ...read more

Germasogia dam to overflow – authorities urge caution

The municipality has closed off a parking lot next to Amathos river, which will be affected if the dam overflows, the mayor said. ...read more

Dams see highest 24 hour inflow since 1989

Water levels in the dams have risen to 40.3% of capacity after 26.886 million cubic metres (mcm) flowed into the dams in the past 24 hours, the highest 24 hour inflow since January 1989. ...read more