Jordan | A slight rise in temperatures on Friday as the weather remains moderate

2021-06-17 2021-06-17T09:28:47Z
هشام جمال
هشام جمال
مُحرر أخبار جوية

Arab weather - There is a slight rise in temperatures on Friday, as they continue below their rates for this time of the year, and the weather will be mild summer in most regions of the Kingdom, relatively hot in the Jordan Valley and the Dead Sea, with the appearance of clouds at medium and high altitudes.

The winds will be northwesterly moderate in speed, active during the noon and afternoon hours and work to raise dust in the desert and open areas.

Cold weather during the night hours

Temperatures drop during the night hours, and the weather tends to be cold in all regions of the Kingdom, relatively cold during the late night hours, with an increase in humidity, and the appearance of low clouds.

Winds will be northwesterly moderate in speed, active at times over some areas, especially eastern ones.

God knows.

This article was written originally in Arabic and is translated using a 3rd party automated service. ArabiaWeather is not responsible for any grammatical errors whatsoever.
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