The Met Office has issued yet another extreme high temperature warning as Cyprus continues to swelter in temperatures more than 10 C above the seasonal average.
The new warning is yellow and is in force from 10 pm tonight to 5 pm on Wednesday.
It comes on the back of an orange alert that was in force until 5 pm on Tuesday when temperatures in Nicosia hit 44 C.
In its latest warning the Met Office said that minimum temperature tonight is expected to be around 25 C inland and over the eastern coastal areas, 27 C over the southeastern coastal areas and around 25 C over the western coast.
Maximum temperatures tomorrow are expected to be around 41 C inland, around 39 C on the south coast and around 32 C over the mountains.
Maximum temperatures today were Nicosia 44 C, Larnaca Airport 41 C, Limassol 37 C, Paphos Airport 32 C, Frenaros 41 C, Prodromos 33 C and Polis Chrysochous 35 C.