Scorching temperatures have returned to the island this weekend, with the Cyprus Met Office issuing a yellow alert for extreme heat on Saturday. A yellow warning was issued for maximum inland temperatures
The Met Office has issued another orange alert for extreme weather as Cyprus boils under a blistering heatwave affecting the region as maximum temperatures peak at a year-high of 44 degrees Celsius.
A two-week-long heatwave gripping Cyprus will soar to a scorching 43 degrees Celsius on Tuesday in one of the hottest days of the summer so far. The sizzling temperatures and stifling night-time
Cyprus is sweltering under a sustained heatwave, which could last more than ten days, with maximum temperatures expected to soar to 44 degrees Celsius next week, several notches above the norm. The
Cyprus will continue to perspire under unusually hot weather this week, as maximum temperatures soar to 41 degrees Celsius, several notches above the norm. The Met Office issued another yellow alert on
Cyprus will continue to swelter under a week-long scorching heatwave, as Friday is expected to be the hottest day of the year so far, with maximum temperatures soaring to 44 degrees Celsius.
With the hottest day of the year predicted on Monday, Cypriot authorities issued a yellow warning for extreme heat with maximum temperatures expected to reach 41 degrees Celsius. As temperatures continue to
After three days of rising temperatures, Cyprus witnessed near-summer conditions on Tuesday, with the official thermometer in Nicosia peaking at 37 degrees Celsius, while the island is in for an even hotter
Cyprus feels the brunt of an off-season heatwave while suffocating under a thick layer of dust from the Sahara Desert. Maximum temperatures on Monday will rise to a scorching 37 degrees Celsius,
An orange alert was issued Wednesday by Cyprus Meteorology Department for “extreme heat” as maximum temperatures are expected to soar to 41°C inland and 34°C in usually cooler mountain areas. After a