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04 December, 2023
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Climatic records in sight with clear skies

Overnight temperatures set to drop to 14°C


The weather for today promises mostly clear skies in our region. Early on, the wind will blow from the northeast to the southeast, with a range of light to moderate speeds, registering at around 3 to 4 on the Beaufort scale. As the day progresses, the wind will shift direction, becoming predominantly from the southwest to the northwest while maintaining the same intensity. Alongside these wind patterns, the sea may experience some choppiness. In terms of temperature, we can expect highs of approximately 35 degrees in the inland areas, about 34 degrees along the southern and eastern coasts, roughly 32 degrees along other coastal regions, and a cooler 27 degrees in the elevated mountain areas.

As the night falls, the skies will remain mostly clear. Winds will predominantly originate from the northwest to the northeast, generally maintaining light breezes but occasionally reaching moderate levels, measuring at 3 to 4 on the Beaufort scale. The sea will start off calm but could become a bit turbulent later in the evening. Overnight temperatures are forecasted to drop to around 21 degrees in the inland and coastal areas, and as low as 14 degrees in the higher mountainous regions.

Looking ahead to Friday, the weather conditions are expected to remain mostly clear with no significant changes in temperature.

As we transition into Saturday, the weather will continue to be characterized by clear skies, and temperatures will gradually rise, surpassing the typical climatic values for this time of year.

Sunday's forecast also anticipates mostly clear skies, with temperatures gradually increasing and exceeding the usual climatic averages.

[Information sourced from Cyprus Met Service]

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