The island of Cyprus is renowned for its glorious weather. It has a warmer climate than all the member countries of the European Union. The average temperature in Cyprus is 24 degrees Celsius during the day and 14 degrees Celsius at night. Usually, the warm temperature season lasts for between 8 and 9 months beginning in April and ending in November. During the other 3-4 months of the year, temperatures are mild but not undesirable with days over 20 degrees Celsius not uncommon.
The average temperature at sea around Cyprus is 22 degrees Celsius. This ranges from a low of 17 in February to 28 in August. From May to November, the average sea temperature is greater than 20 degrees in all 7 months.
Cyprus receives an average of 2700-3450 hours of sunshine per year, or 326 sunshine days. This is twice as much sunshine as is experienced by countries in the North of Europe such as England. In the height of summer visitors can expect 13 hours of sunshine, whilst in winter the average amount of sunshine per day is approximately 6 hours. The humidity reading on the island is high. With the relative humidity of approximately 70% in winter and 50% in summer.
Relative to other countries in the EU, Cyprus experiences minimal rainfall. The island experiences about 500mm of total rainfall in a year. During the winter period, as expected, rainfall is most likely with December, January, and February the rainiest months of the year. You can expect about 20 days of rain in this 92-day period. Between June and August rain is considerably rare. It has not been uncommon in past years for an entire summer season to be devoid of rain. Yet with that said you can generally expect a day or two of rain in this 90-day period, but not enough to worry about packing an umbrella though!