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Jordan | Higher than average temperatures and hot daytime weather in the coming days

طقس العرب GO 2020-10-25 2020-10-25T08:49:42Z
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Jordan

Arab Weather - The state of atmospheric instability recedes from the Kingdom on Monday, and the weather returns to become stable with the spread of some high clouds in separate regions, and the dry eastern winds continue to blow, moderate in speed, with active gusts sometimes exciting dust and dust.

 

High temperatures during the current week

 

Temperatures return to rise from Monday, and become higher than their average for such time of year, and there is moderate autumn weather that tends to heat at noon and tends to cool at night, with expectations that temperatures will continue to be higher than their average for such a period of the year until the end of the week.

 

This rise in temperatures comes as a result of the blowing of easterly to southeast winds originating in northern Saudi Arabia, with the continuation of the extension of the Red Sea depression towards the Levant region, but, on the other hand, these winds increase this time from feeling cold at night.

 

Following are the expected maximum temperatures in the governorates in Jordan on Monday:

 

Irbid: ° 33 ° C

Ajloun: ° 29 ° C

Jerash: ° 33 ° C

Mafraq: ° 32 ° C

Balqa: 28 ° C

Amman: 29 ° C

Zarqa: ° 32 ° C

Madaba: 30 ° C

Karak: ° 26 ° C

Tafila: ° 26 ° C

Glossiness: ° 29 ° C

Aqaba: ° 34 ° C

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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