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22 July, 2024
 
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From sun to showers, what lies ahead

Unpredictable conditions sweep the area

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Unpredictable weather patterns have taken hold of the region, as a weak low-pressure system and unstable atmospheric conditions bring varying conditions over the coming days.

Today expect partly cloudy skies with intermittent periods of increased cloudiness and scattered rainfall. Winds will start from the southwest but gradually shift northwest, beginning with light to moderate strength at 3 to 4 Beaufort and potentially becoming stronger at 5 Beaufort along the windward coast. The eastern sea will exhibit moderate turbulence, while the rest of the coast will remain relatively calm. Temperature-wise, we can anticipate highs of around 29 degrees in the interior, 28 degrees on the coast, and approximately 18 degrees in the highest mountains.

The skies are expected to clear in most areas, with some localized low clouds lingering along the coast. Winds will predominantly blow from the northwest to northeast at a gentle 3 Beaufort, and the sea should remain relatively calm. Temperatures are projected to drop to around 17 degrees inland, 19 degrees on the coast, and about 10 degrees in the highest mountainous regions.

Friday is likely to begin with mostly clear conditions, but in some areas, increased cloud cover may bring isolated rain showers, primarily in the mountainous and eastern parts of the region.

As for Saturday, anticipate heightened cloud cover, with cloud development during midday and beyond. Isolated rainfall may occur in mountainous areas. On Sunday, weather is expected to clear up, but we may still experience increased cloudiness.

Overall, the weather will remain relatively stable until Saturday, with temperatures maintaining their current range. On Sunday, a slight temperature increase is expected, putting it just above the average seasonal values.

[Information sourced from Cyprus Met Service]

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