Jordan | Another slight rise in temperatures tomorrow, Thursday...what about the weekend?

2024-05-15 2024-05-15T11:41:35Z
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Arabia Weather - Our forecasts at the “Arab Weather” Center indicate that the weather tonight, God willing, will be relatively cold to cold in general, with low clouds appearing in the north of the Kingdom, and the winds will be northwesterly, light speed, but remain active in the south and east of the Kingdom. Therefore, it is recommended to wear warm clothes during the late night hours.

 

Another slight rise in temperatures tomorrow, Thursday

 

Weather forecasters at the Arab Weather Center report that there will be another slight rise in temperatures during the day tomorrow, Thursday, so that the weather will be moderate in general, and the winds will be moderate northwesterly, active in the afternoon hours.

 

At night, the weather becomes relatively cold in general, with low clouds appearing in some northern areas, and winds are northwesterly, light.

 

A clear rise in temperatures over the weekend

 

As for the weekend, it is expected that there will be a clear rise in temperatures, with the weather becoming hot in general, while it will be relatively hot to hot in the Jordan Valley, Aqaba, and the Dead Sea.

 

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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