Cyprus generally enjoys a mild climate, purely Mediterranean, with long periods of sunshine and clear sky. Summer period is relatively extensive (starting from May until mid-September), with the climate being dry and considerably hot. In contrast to summertime, wintertime in Cyprus is mostly mild starting from November and ending in early March. Autumn and spring have relatively short duration and are characterized by smooth weather with no instense rain or heat.
Daily temperatures during summertime range from 29 C at the center of the island to 22 C at the mountains. Daily maximum temperatures differ significantly from night minimum temperatures. In July and August, the two hottest months in Cyprus, the temperature can range from 38 C on the lowlands to 29 C on the mountains. In wintertime, the temperature ranges from 18 C at the center of the island to 14 C on the coast. On the lowlands, the temperature might reach at 10 C in wintertime while on the highest summits of the mountain areas the temperature reached at approximately 0 C.
snowfall in cyprus
In Cyprus, no long periods of snowfalls are evident. In lowlands and inlands there is slight snowfall in wintertime. In December and January, there is average to intense snowfall mostly (if not only) on the mountain areas.
humidity - visibility - wind
The levels of humidity in Cyprus are usually average (approximately 30% to 60%). However, there are winter and summer days when the humidity levels increase, reaching at approximately 80% to 90%, Fog is rare and appears mostly in early morning time. Visibility is most of the times good to excellent. However, in some cases in spring period there is low visibility which appears due to dust coming from African and Arabian areas.