Cyprus Mail

Met office issues yellow alert due to rain and storms

Photo: Christos Theodorides

The met office on Sunday issued a yellow alert valid until 2pm due to heavy rainfall and storms in parts of the island.

Meteorologist, Panayiotis Georgiou told CNA rainfall was likely to exceed 50 millimetres. He added that until early afternoon Cyprus would continue to experience rain and erstwhile storms in places, but by evening the phenomena would recede.

Georgiou said that from Monday until Thursday the weather would stabilise. “Perhaps some isolated showers on Tuesday will affect some areas,” he said. He also noted that on Wednesday and Thursday the weather would be mostly sunny.

For now, temperature will around 20C inland and along the coasts, and 9C in the mountains. Sunday night temperatures will drop to 9C inland, around 12C on the coast and 4C in mountain regions.

Monday’s temperatures will be around the same.

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