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Historic Temperatures for 13th July in Nicosia
|Average High||36°C (97°F)|
|Record High||41°C (106°F) (2004)|
|Average Low||21°C (70°F)|
|Record Low||17°C (63°F) (2010)|
Nicosia boasts a typical hot Mediterranean climate. Attracting thousands of visitors each year in look for assured summer sunshine and cloudless blue skies, the capital of Cyprus will guarantee a perfect vacation.
Similar to the southern coast beach resorts; Nicosia enjoys high temperatures during the peak summer months and up to an unbelievable thirteen hours of sunshine a day making this city an ideal destination for a warming vacation. Since Nicosia is situated in the midst of the central plains the city is still equally as hot as the coastal regions during the say time but climates will typically drop during the night to create a more soothing temperature. Peak season temperatures can reach 33 °C but the initiations of soothing winds help reduce this.
Nicosia benefits from some wonderful weather and as a general regulation, the summers here are very hot and dry with exceptionally long days. With its location in the middle of Cyprus on the border with Turkey and its central position means the city is directly adjacent with any beach. In July and August when on a daily basis temperatures will typically reach the mid thirties the region sees many tourists and locals making use of the coasts attractive options. Spring and autumn are very satisfying times of the year for a vacation in Nicosia. Temperatures averaging from 21°C to 25°C mean that it is rarely considered uncomfortable in the city and warm evenings allow the activity of the bars and nightclubs to carry on after dark.
Spring has the supplementary bonus of an outburst of colour from spring flowers that you will see in the markets. This is known to inspire travellers to take a trip out of town to see the Cypriot scenery covered with new blossoms and experience the blooming, green of the island before summer arrives.
In autumn the scenery changes once again as leaves turn to red and gold and the weather can be just superb at this time of year. Still enjoying around ten hours of sunshine a day and an average temperature of around 25°C, Nicosia remains a pulsating city full of local flavour and colour but with fewer crowds and more room to discover this captivating city.
The winter, even though quite cold at night and with as little as six hours of sunshine a day in December and January, can nevertheless be a very gratifying time of year to visit Nicosia. Temperatures can possibly drop to as low as 5°C but can commonly level out around 15°C and when combined with bright sunshine, can feel very pleasant sitting outside.
Nicosia experiences very little rainfall all year round. January in reality is the only month that will have a consistency of precipitation reaching approximately a mere 150mm per month. July and August commonly have a nil percentage of precipitation annually.
Nicosia is a city of culture and is raging with attractions that are not weather dependent so it really doesn't matter if the sun is shining or if youâre even caught in a rain shower, there is plenty of choice for passing the time soaking up the local culture.