Coral Bay: Live Weather
Live weather in Coral Bay
The latest and today's weather in Coral Bay, Cyprus updated regularly
- Sunrise 02:00
- Sunset 02:00
|Temp feels like:||66°F (19°C)|
|Pressure:||29.86" (1011 hpa)|
|Visiblity:||10 miles (16 km)|
Latest Coral Bay Holiday Reviews
The weather was exceptionally warm for the time of year, averaging 22-23 degrees c, with very little cloud and no rain....
James Villa Holiday
Weather was brilliant...
The weather was absolutely beautiful reaching 29 degrees by the end of the week phew !...
Our holiday in Coral Bay
Sunshine every single day. Temperatures I'm told were in the mid 70's rising to the low 80's as the week went on. If I h...
my thoughts on coral bay
The weather was warm and sunny, with a temperature of about 28degrees. It can get quite hot in the afternoon but the bre...
Historic Temperatures for 21st May in Coral Bay
|Average High||73°F (23°C)|
|Record High||81°F (27°C) (1999)|
|Average Low||59°F (15°C)|
|Record Low||54°F (12°C) (1998)|
Weather in Coral Bay
Surrounded by lush greens and a subtropical Mediterranean climate, Coral Bay is a perfect getaway destination. This iconic white-sand beach is located in the eastern Mediterranean island of Cyprus, a country with a long, rich history. This climate of the island is ideal all year round. The hottest month is July with an average of 26°C (78°F). This summertime heat is perfect for water sports, sunbathing, and enjoying the pristine blue waters. Even the coolest month, February, is still mild, with an average temperature of 12°C (54°F) and average high of 17â" (63â"). This weather is ideal for scenic horseback strolls and hiking. These conditions make Coral Bay the perfect resort location year-round!
The seaside town has four seasons. Spring lasts from March to May, has decent temperatures, and is generally less crowded than summer. This is a good time for outdoor exploration as the height of extreme heat is low. Summer is from June to September, this time of year is most popular with tourists as the swimming and water sport conditions are perfect. Autumn happens during October and November, autumn is not as popular among tourists so it's easy to find cheap flights and hotel deals. Winter tends to last from December to February. The temperatures are very mild compared to the UK but please keep in mind this is the rainiest time of year. Each season is distinct although Cyprus does not experience the bitter winters many individuals from the UK are familiar with.
Summertime in Coral Bay is breathtaking and lively. From May to September it is characterised by sunny days, warm sea temperatures, and low rainfall. The most sunshine can be enjoyed in July with an average of 14 hours per day. Similarly, July is also the hottest month with highs reaching 30â" (86â"). It's fortunate that summer is the least humid time of year. July also offers the least rainfall with just 1mm falling. Throughout the summer there is very little rainfall with the most precipitation being in August (6mm) and almost nothing in June (2mm).
Naturally, summer is also the best time of year to go swimming in the sea with August being the warmest month for sea temperature. For this reason, August is the most popular month for swimming. Swimmers can be found in the waters as early as May with an average temperature of 21â" (70â"). August boasts the warmest sea temperatures with an average of a beautiful 28â" (82â"). The swimming season extends all the way to early autumn with temperatures dropping back to 20â" (68â") in December.
Autumn brings slightly cooler temperatures and more frequent rainfall. Average temperatures start at 22â" (72â") in October and gradually decrease to 15â" (59â") by December. Despite these weather changes, Coral Bay remains a popular tourist destination throughout the autumn. Temperatures reach 13°C in the evening. Typically the sea temperature is still warm enough to enjoy water sports this time of year. However, as winter approaches the weather may be slightly unpredictable. Autumn is also know to bring elevated levels of rainfall with the most falling in November (56mm) over 8 days throughout the month. When visiting during this time of year is it recommended to dress in layers and to be prepared for both warmer and cooler temperatures.
Throughout the winter months, Coral Bay experiences mild temperatures and elevated rainfall. This time of year brings the most precipitation. In winter, over 222mm of rain falls between December and February. This is over 60% of the annual amount of rainfall expected on the resort. December has the most rainfall with 85mm falling over the course of 13 days. Luckily most rain falls in bursts, leaving sunny days in its wake. Temperatures in December are on average a brisk 15â" (59â"). Similarly, the coldest month is January with an average of 12°C (54°F). About 74mm of rain falls in January over the course of 14 days. These mild temperatures can offer a reprieve from the blistering cold experienced in the UK.
Sunlight hours are limited but generous with 8 hours shining from December through February. This is also the most humid time of year with humidity averaging about 70% from November to February. Sea temperatures tend to be too low for water sports this time of year but other outdoor activities such as trekking and cycling are often enjoyed.
Spring tends to be cool and mild in Coral Bay. The average temperature is 14°C (57°F) in March and slowly increases up to 19°C (66°F) by May. Compared to the winter season, rainfall in spring is light. March, with 32mm of precipitation, has almost half the amount of rainfall February sees. By May, rainfall has significantly decreased. On average, May only has 6mm of rainfall over the course of 4 days. Low rainfall and fair temperatures are a great combination for exploring the nearby archeological park in Paphos.
If visiting Coral Bay during spring, it is recommended to dress in layers as the temperature still tends to be unpredictable at times. The sea temperature starts out brisk in March at just 17°C (63°F) and ends up at 21°C (70°F) by the end of May. Because of the low sea temperature, spring is not ideal for swimming or water sports but it is perfect for hiking, horseback riding, cycling, and other outdoor recreations.
Generally, Coral Bay is not prone to natural disasters. However, in the summer there have been extreme heat conditions. Extreme heat can pose a health risk and young babies, children and the elderly are particularly vulnerable to dehydration and heatstroke. During the rainy season, there may be strong storms. These storms have been known to occasionally cause mudslides or otherwise damage the surrounding area – so keep an eye on the forecast. Additionally, travelers should respect all posted signs at beaches. In some areas swimming is prohibited due to the risk posed by rip tides and strong currents.