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Weather in Cyprus in September

Updated: 3 weeks ago
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September is considered the beginning of the "soft season," although the temperature often does not differ significantly from August.

The days remain sunny as before. The daytime air temperature remains warm, fluctuating between 28-30 degrees, and around 20 degrees at night. The sun pleasantly warms without scorching, and the warm water adds to the attractiveness. That's why in September, the number of people willing to relax on the island remains high.

Nevertheless, one should not rely on the fact that with the arrival of calendar autumn, the risk of sunburn or heat stroke will decrease. Therefore, the use of sunscreen and adherence to sun safety rules remain a priority. Those planning to relax towards the end of the month can bring light outerwear to enjoy peaceful evening strolls.

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Questions about the weather in Cyprus in September

What is the average water temperature at resorts in Cyprus in September?

On average, the water is still warm, ranging from 26 to 28 degrees, which is very comfortable for swimming. In Paphos and Larnaca, the water warms up to an average of +26, in Ayia Napa - up to +28, in Limassol and Protaras - up to +27.

What were the temperature records in September in Cyprus?

The highest temperature recorded in September was +39.7, and the lowest was +12.4 °C. But these are anomalies; usually, the daytime average air temperature reaches +32 °C, and at night it rises to +25 °C. During the day, the temperature rarely exceeds +35 °C, and by the end of the month, it settles around +30 °C. In early September, nighttime temperatures are around +23-24 °C, decreasing to +19-20 °C by the end of the month.

Are there any precipitation in Cyprus in September?

The likelihood of precipitation increases compared to August, with a total of 26 mm falling during the month. Only one or two rainy days. However, often the weather in September is dry. The average wind speed is 4 m/s.

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