How is summer in North Cyprus?
Summer in North Cyprus is marked by hot weather, high temperatures, and clear skies, yet the sea breeze adds to the pleasant atmosphere along the coast. Temperatures can reach 34 °C and even 40 °C during the summer months of July and August.
The temperature in the interior of the island varies between 7 and 15 degrees during the coldest months. As the relief level rises, the temperature reduces. As a result, the coastal areas have hotter temperatures, whereas the Kyrenia Mountain range has cooler temps and more rainfall. Winters in the Kyrenia Mountain range are mild, with a little rain and just a few light snowfalls.
The sun shines for lengthy periods in all of Cyprus’s coastal areas. Even in January, there are normally six hours of bright sunshine every day. North Cyprus has year-round beautiful weather, ensuring that tourists enjoy a wonderful trip.
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