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05 March, 2024
 
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High pressure brings temporarily shifting skies

Residents warned of temporal weather shift

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Cyprus residents should prepare for temporary weather changes as high pressure influences the region, gradually giving way to low pressure starting Tuesday. Periodic intervals of sparse dust particles are expected to drift through the atmosphere, with concentrations possibly increasing on Tuesday.

Today, anticipate intermittent cloudiness, primarily from mid-level to high-level clouds. Winds will blow from the northeast to southeast, light to moderate, reaching 3 to 4 on the Beaufort scale, occasionally becoming strong, up to 5 on the scale, in pre-frontal areas. The sea will experience slight turbulence. Temperatures will reach around 20 degrees Celsius inland and along the coast, and 12 degrees Celsius in higher mountainous regions.

Tonight, the weather will remain intermittently cloudy, mainly with mid-level to high-level cloudiness. Winds will persist from the northeast to southeast, light to moderate, occasionally becoming locally strong, up to 5 on the Beaufort scale. The sea will remain slightly agitated, locally becoming rough. Temperatures will drop to 11 degrees Celsius inland, around 15 along the coast, and to 7 degrees Celsius in higher altitudes.

On Tuesday, expect mainly cloudy skies, primarily with mid-level to high-level cloudiness, with the possibility of localized light showers. Wednesday and Thursday will see local cloud cover with intermittent localized showers and isolated thunderstorms.

Temperatures will remain relatively stable on Tuesday, staying above climatic averages. However, Wednesday and Thursday are expected to see a gradual decrease in temperatures.

[Information sourced from Cyprus Met Service]

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