Cypriot meteorologists have predicted that the country is likely to be in a state of “panic” and that people are going to “get very, very sick”.
The country’s meteorological office said the storm was likely to bring “sudden rain, hail and strong winds”, and warned that “people are going on the streets and they are getting very sick because of the humidity”.
In a separate warning issued on Monday, it warned that a “severe weather event is possible” if the temperature rises above 37C, with the possibility of “extremely cold” weather.
The warning comes after a devastating storm, which killed more than 300 people in southern Cyprus.
The storm was initially thought to be the first of its kind in the country, with heavy rain and wind.
The latest data suggests it is one of the worst in the world.
The storm hit Cyprus on Monday and was the second of its type in a row.
The first storm, dubbed ‘the Blue Eye’, hit the island on March 17, causing heavy damage and a flash flood that killed at least 40 people.