The second week of August starts with clear skies throughout most parts of the day with some clouds forming after noon and temperatures firmly in the upper 30’s through Thursday.
A seasonal low pressure is affecting the area over Cyprus, with mostly clear skies on Monday expected to hold through Thursday, with cloudy skies appearing mainly after noon over the mountains and foothill areas.
Monday light winds from the southeast and southwest will develop into moderate southwesterly and northwesterly moderate winds while later they will range from moderate to strong over local areas in the southwest.
The sea will be calm to relatively calm in the morning while choppy waters are expected in local areas during windfall.
High temperatures are expected to reach 38° Celsius inland, 31 on the western coast, around 33 in the rest of the coastal regions and 28 on the mountains.
Evening skies will be mostly clear with calm seas and a chance of low clouds and fog developing in some parts.
Minimum temperatures will register 24° inland and along the coastal areas, while it will be 18 degrees up on the mountains at the highest elevation.
Overall temperature will climb in the next few days but will remain just slightly above normal averages for this time of the year.