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15 July, 2020
 
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Showers creep back into the forecast

Rain returns this weekend, mighty winds out west, no temperature surprises

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Clouds and rain are back in the forecast along with isolated thunderstorms expected to last all through the weekend.

A low pressure system is affecting the area over Cyprus, with partly cloudy weather in most parts as well as mostly cloudy skies emerging out west, with high chances of local showers and isolated thunderstorms.

Very strong winds are expected in some local areas later in the day on Friday while moderate to strong winds are expected throughout the island. Turbulent seas are expected on the west coast, while waters will range from relatively calm to choppy in other areas.

 

Maximum highs are expected to reach 25° degrees Celsius inland, around 24 in the east, 23 in all other coastal regions, while it will be 14 up in the mountains.

Evening weather is expected to remain mostly cloudy with local showers and thunderstorms expected mainly in the north and out west. Minimum lows will register at 15 degrees in the interior, around 17 in all coastal regions, while it will be 10 up in the mountains.

Weekend skies will be partly cloudy with rain expected mainly at noon or later, while chances of local showers including isolated storms are expected on and off.

Monday skies will be partly cloudy throughout different periods of the day, while temperatures in the three-day forecast are expected to remain unchanged and close to normal averages for this time of the year.

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