Temperatures are expected to drop noticeably this week as an usual warm air mass is on its way out, with the island bracing for heavy winds and levels dropping to normal averages before the week is out.
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Tuesday skies will be mostly clear but not without periods of increasing high clouds in some parts of the island. No rain is expected according to weather officials.
A noticeable drop in temperature is expected Wednesday with very strong and possibly near gale force winds expected around noon and in the afternoon
Temperature highs will reach 31 degrees Celsius inland, around 28 along the coast, while it will be 24 high up in the mountains.
Evening weather will remain mostly clear with temperature lows dropping down to 11 degrees in the interior including mountains, while it will be around 15 in all coastal regions.
A noticeable drop in temperature is expected on Wednesday when skies will be mostly clear, with very strong and possibly near gale force winds expected around noon and in the afternoon.
Some intense local activity from northerly winds is also expected in parts of the island.
Thursday will see even cooler temperatures as levels will drop to normal averages for this time of the year. Skies will remain mostly clear until Friday when no change is expected.
Unseasonably warm weather has been the main feature in previous weeks, as Cyprus transitioned into the months of October and November with conditions remaining rather warm overall.
Northerly heavy winds expected Wednesday along with cooler temps as unusually warm weather goes away, further drop by end of workweek