Jordan | Cold nights await Jordanians, especially above the mountain highlands, with minimum temperatures approaching 10 degrees Celsius

2024-05-12 2024-05-12T07:42:53Z
مهند فاخوري
مهند فاخوري
كاتب مُحتوى جوّي

Arabia Weather - The latest updates and data received from us at the “Arab Weather” Center indicate that there is a clear drop in night temperatures, as a result of the Kingdom being affected by a relatively cold and humid air mass, starting tonight and continuing during the coming nights until the end of the week.

 

Cold nights, especially over mountain highlands

 

Temperatures are expected to drop starting tonight, with the minimum temperature approaching 12 degrees Celsius above the high mountain highlands. The Kingdom’s influence on the air mass will increase, which will lead to an additional drop in temperatures on Monday/Tuesday night, so that the minimum temperatures touch 10 degrees Celsius, especially above high mountain heights, so the weather is generally cold.

 

The cold nights are expected to continue until the end of the week, which requires wearing warm clothes, especially during the night and early morning hours.

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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