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20 July, 2024
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Ready for a weather rollercoaster this weekend?

Sun, clouds, and thunderstorms to paint Nicosia's sky


Today, residents and visitors can expect a blend of weather conditions. The morning will greet us with mostly clear skies. However, as we move into the afternoon, clouds will make their presence felt, bringing the potential for isolated rainfall and even storms, particularly in the mountainous regions.

The winds will be variable, blowing from the southwest to the northwest, with a weak to moderate intensity, ranging from 3 to 4 on the Beaufort scale. As for the sea, it will experience slight turbulence.

Temperatures are set to rise, reaching around 32 degrees Celsius in the interior, approximately 30 degrees along the coast, and around 21 degrees in the highest mountainous areas.

As the day transitions into evening, expect mostly cloudy conditions. Locally on the coast, there may be a brief increase in cloud cover. The prevailing winds will be primarily from the northwest, maintaining a weak strength of 3 Beaufort. The sea will exhibit a state of calm, occasionally becoming slightly turbulent.

Temperatures will gradually drop, settling at around 17 degrees inland, about 19 degrees along the coast, and around 11 degrees in the highest mountainous regions.

Looking ahead to the weekend, we anticipate a dynamic weather pattern. On Saturday afternoon, there's a likelihood of isolated rain showers and storms, particularly in the mountainous and northern regions.

Sunday may bring local showers and isolated storms. As we move into Monday, clouds are expected to develop in the afternoon, potentially resulting in scattered rainfall and, again, the possibility of storms.

On Saturday, temperatures are not anticipated to undergo significant changes, remaining close to the average climatic values. However, Sunday is expected to bring a drop in temperatures. Monday is likely to see a rise in temperature once more.

[Information sourced from Cyprus Met Service]

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