Cyprus enters the hot season, but there is no heat wave

Cyprus has officially plunged into the hottest months of the year as summer temperatures approach 40 degrees Celsius in the next few days, but the extreme heat waves are not expected.

After a warm weekend, temperatures rise, but according to meteorological observer Eric Kitas, temperatures do not exceed the normal 39 ° C during that period.

“So far, the weather has been relatively good. Mild summerThere are no signs that this will change anytime soon, “Kitas said.

“There was no day in June when temperatures reached 40 ° C. Over the past few years, we have recorded more than 12 in May and June,” he added.

“It’s not surprising that temperatures just above 40 ° C aren’t surprising, but in the near future heat waves will not be included in the menu.”

Meteorological observers explained that a heat wave means that the maximum temperature does not exceed 40 ° C for at least three consecutive days, or the nighttime temperature does not fall below 25 ° C after two nights of running.

The Met Office reports that Fridays are okay, but high clouds after noon are primarily mountains and can lead to isolated showers.

Maximum temperatures rise to 37 ° C inland, about 30 ° C on the coast, and 17 ° C in the mountains.

Friday night temperatures drop to about 23 ° C inland and coastal and about 17 ° C in the mountains.

Weekend weather forecasts are mainly Good weather Clouds increased mainly in the mountains in the afternoon.

Weekend temperatures have risen to 38 ° C, and next week’s forecast shows that warm weather will stabilize at an average of 39 ° C for the season.


post Cyprus enters the hot season, but there is no heat wave First appeared Financial mirror.. Cyprus enters the hot season, but there is no heat wave

Back to top button