Heatwave hit Cyprus as temperatures reaches 44 degrees

The Cyprus met office has issued a yellow warning of extreme high temperatures for Thursday as the “Cleon” heatwave set to hit Cyprus.

Temperatures are expected to reach as high as 43 degrees inland, while even the highest mountainous areas on the island could see temperatures as high as 36 degrees.

The heatwave previously impacted southern France, southern Italy and the islands of Sardinia and Corsica.

The heatwave is set to last in Cyprus until Saturday. The heatwave had been given a name as it is affecting a large area of the Mediterranean, and that the name, Cleon, was taken from a prepared list agreed by the met offices of Cyprus, Greece and Israel.

The heatwave arrives in Cyprus amid record-breaking temperatures globally. July 4 was the hottest day ever recorded globally, while this June was the hottest June across the globe since records began.

Rising temperatures are the most obvious symptom of climate change being felt in Cyprus.

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