Jordan | Warning of low horizontal visibility as a result of the crossing of low clouds touching the earth's surface and the formation of fog over some elevations

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Jordan | Warning of low horizontal visibility as a result of the crossing of low clouds touching the earth's surface and the formation of fog over some elevations

<p style=";text-align:left;direction:ltr">Weather of Arabia - It is expected that the weather during the coming hours will be winter in nature, with showers of rain from time to time in the north and center of the Kingdom and some southern parts of the country, especially the dawn and early morning hours of tomorrow, passing low clouds touching the surface of the earth above Some mountain heights, especially the high ones, which leads to low horizontal visibility.</p>

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