Jordan | Cold weather tonight and a slight rise in temperatures tomorrow, Wednesday... Details

2024-05-14 2024-05-14T09:32:51Z
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Arabia Weather - The latest updates received from us at the “Arab Weather” Center indicate that the cold weather will continue during the hours of tonight and the early morning of tomorrow, Wednesday, in all regions, God willing, with the appearance of low clouds with the hours of dawn, and the winds will be northwesterly, light speed. Therefore, it is recommended to wear warm clothes.

 

Temperatures will rise slightly tomorrow, Wednesday, while remaining below normal levels

 

Weather forecasters at the Arab Weather Center indicate that there will be a slight rise in temperatures tomorrow, Wednesday, so that the weather during the daylight hours will be pleasant and mostly sunny, with maximum temperatures in parts of the capital, Amman, reaching around 24 degrees Celsius, with some Scattered clouds in limited areas, and moderate northwesterly winds, active in the afternoon, and causing dust in some desert areas.

 

At night, the weather becomes relatively cool to cold in general, with low clouds appearing in the north of the Kingdom, and the winds are northwesterly, light, but remain active in the southern and eastern parts of the Kingdom.

 

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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