This year’s sweltering Cyprus summer is no hotter than previous ones even though maximum temperatures have consistently hit 40 degrees Celsius for two weeks, Senior Meteorological Officer Michalis Mouskos said. Asked by
Cyprus has officially entered its hottest part of the year as summer temperatures creep toward 40 degrees Celsius in the coming days, but no extreme heatwaves are expected as in previous years.
Cyprus will get a break from the unusually hot temperatures of recent days, with a cold snap heralding more unsettled weather with wintery showers from Friday night, offering Cypriots the last chance
Cyprus continues to swelter under unusually high temperatures in September as the Meteorology Department issued another yellow alert for “extreme heat” on Friday as maximum temperatures soar to 40°C. Forecasts say that
Cyprus issued its first-ever red warning during a sweltering heatwave as maximum temperatures are expected to soar to a scorching 44 degrees Celsius, making it the hottest day of 2020. If Monday
Cyprus’ Department of Meteorology issued an ‘extreme high-temperature warning’ for Friday with maximum temperatures soaring to a blistering 41 degrees Celsius. Hotter than usual weather is expected to continue over the weekend