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The latest weather predictions from the meteorology (Weather forecast on the 18th of June 2019)

What will the weather be like on the 18th of June 2019 according to the latest predictions made by the Department of Meteorology?

The highest heat temperatures in the north of Cyprus (Nicosia) today are expected to be at 33 degrees.

According to the latest predictions made by the Department of Meteorology, our area will be affected with a low-pressure system and cool and humid air mass in the upper atmosphere.

In light of the latest meteorological assessments, todays weather will see very few clouds and will be at times partly cloudy and is expected to see rain showers (sometimes with thunderstorms) in certain areas …

Heat temperatures are expected to range at a seasonal normal, with the wind coming from the south and west at moderate and at times at powerful strengths during rain.

The highest heat temperatures in the inner areas and beaches will generally range between 27-33 degrees.

Girne / Kyrenia: 29 °C

Çamlıbel / Myrtou: 29 °C

Lapta / Lapithos: 27 °C

Akdeniz / Agia Eirini: 28 °C

Boğaz / Bogazi: 27 °C

Alevkayası / Alevkaya: 26 °C

Esentepe/ Ayios Amvrosios: 28 °C

Lefke / Lefka: 27 °C

Güzelyurt / Morphou: 33 °C

Nicosia: 32 °C

Ercan: 32 °C

Geçitkale / Lefkoniko: 33 °C

Beyarmudu / Pergamos: 31 °C

Mağusa / Famagusta: 31 °C

İskele / Trikomo: 31 °C

Yenierenköy / Gialousa: 29 °C

The Meteorology has warned!

The Department of Meteorology has warned that the heavy rain showers which started yesterday at 14:00 will be effective until tomorrow 18:00 in certain areas.

It has been recommended that citizens of the Ercan and İskele (Trikomo) areas are extra careful.

In the statement made by the Department of Meteorology, it was recommended that authorities and citizens take the necessary precautions due to the negative possibilities that might arise from the heavy rain showers in certain areas (possibly with thunderstorms). Among the possibilities are hail, flooding and thunderbolts.

The meteorology has warned: forest fires are of a high possibility!

According to the statement made by the Department of Meteorology, in light of the assessments made, the highest heat temperatures will be at 33 degrees, meaning field and forest fires are of a high possibility.

The department has recommended that authorities and people take the necessary precautions in the face of the possibilities.

The meteorology has warned: no one should stay under the sun for more than 15 minutes between the hours of 11:00-16:00.

In the statement made by the Department of Meteorology, it has been recommended that no one stay under the sun for more than 15 minutes without the necessary precautions, especially between the hours of 11:00-16:00 due to the high levels of ultraviolet radiation.

In the days where the radiation will be high, people with regular type skin should not stay under the sun for 15 or so minutes without the precautions of sunglasses or hats. On the other hand, the ear and nose which will be exposed to the sun must also be protected.

What will the weather be like in the coming days?

The meteorology has said that the rainy weather will be effective throughout the week.

According to the weather report made by the Department of Meteorology covering the dates of the 19th to the 24th of June, our area will be affected with a low-pressure system and a cool and humid air mass in the upper atmosphere.

The weather tomorrow which is expected to see heavy rain showers (sometimes with thunderstorms) in certain areas, will also see heavy rain showers on Thursday and Saturday in certain areas. Friday will see very few clouds and will be partly cloudy and Sunday and Monday will see open skies and very few clouds.

According to the statements made, the highest heat temperatures will be 31-34 degrees in the inner areas and 27-30 degrees on the beaches.

The wind will generally come from the south and west at moderate and at times at powerful strengths.

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