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Hot pattern continues to swallow island

Yellow warning still in effect as inland temps remain high, low chances of mountain rain


A heat warning continues to be in effect in the Republic of Cyprus, with maximum inland highs registering 41 degrees Celsius and a noticeable temperature drop not expected until later in the week.

Tuesday skies will be mostly clear with hot weather temperatures featuring front and center throughout the day, but scattered clouds in the early and late afternoon could also bring light showers in the mountains.

A yellow alert issued for “extremely high temperatures” will remain in effect at least until Tuesday afternoon 5pm, as a hot pattern continues to affect areas over Cyprus. 

Temperature highs will reach 41 degrees Celsius (105 Fahrenheit) inland, around 35 in the south, east, and north, around 34 on the west coast, while it will be 32 degrees high up in the mountains.

Evening weather will remain clear and hot while thin fog conditions and low clouds are also expected in the southeast overnight in the early morning.

Temperature lows will drop to 27 degrees inland and along the coast, while it will be 20 degrees high up in the mountains.

Wednesday weather will remain largely unchanged, with clear skies throughout the island but also chances of mountain clouds in the early and later afternoon.

Thursday and Friday temperatures are expected to climb down gradually mainly in the interior and mountains areas but levels will remain noticeably above normal averages for this time of the year.

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