Jordan | It is advised not to be exposed directly to the sun’s rays in the Jordan Valley, Dead Sea and Aqaba areas. Another rise in temperatures is expected tomorrow, Saturday.

2024-05-17 2024-05-17T12:12:04Z
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Arabia Weather - It is expected that temperatures will rise tonight , so the weather will be generally pleasant in various regions compared to previous nights.

 

As for tomorrow, Saturday , the latest weather map outputs from the Arab Weather Center indicate another rise in temperatures, with the weather becoming relatively hot in various regions, while it becomes hot in the Jordan Valley, Dead Sea, and Aqaba regions, with temperatures approaching the forty Celsius barrier. In these areas, scattered clouds also appear in the desert areas.

 

As for the night hours, it is expected, God willing, that the weather will become pleasant to moderate in various regions, with light northwesterly winds.

 

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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