Another heat warning for Cyprus’ inland and mountain areas goes into effect on Sunday, with daytime temperature highs expected to climb to 41 degrees Celsius in parts of the interior and 33 high up in the mountains.
A seasonal low pressure system continued to work its way through the island on Sunday, with mostly clear skies in the morning and a dual yellow warning valid from 11am until late afternoon at 5pm.
Weather officials have issued the alert citing excessive high temperatures reaching 41C/105F in parts of the interior as well as 33 at mountain tops.
Increasing cloud formations will be seen at low altitudes in the west while fog conditions and suspicious clouds are also expected in the southeast
The west coast and southwestern areas will also be very hot but not as uncomfortable, with maximum levels registering 31, while all other coastal regions will climb to 34.
Evening weather will remain mostly clear but increasing cloud formations will be seen at low altitudes in the west while fog conditions and suspicious clouds are expected also at low altitudes in local areas mainly in the southeast.
Temperature lows will drop to 22 degrees inland and high up in the mountains, while it will be 24 along coastal regions.
The next three days will remain about the same with mostly clear skies and hot weather as temperatures remain above normal averages for this time of the year.