Sultanate of Oman: A gradual rise in temperatures in most of the Sultanate’s governorates during the coming days

2023-01-29 2023-01-29T13:18:02Z
محمد عوينة
محمد عوينة
مُتنبئ جوي

Weather of Arabia - The latest weather forecast maps indicate expectations that the Sultanate will be gradually affected during the coming days by an extension of an air elevation in the upper layers of the atmosphere, so that a gradual rise in temperatures will occur, making it warmer than its usual rates for this time of the year.

And in the details, the effect of the cold air mass that dominated the Sultanate's airspace during the past days recedes, so that a rise in temperatures will occur as of Monday, and thus the weather will become moderately hot and sunny in most areas during the day.

As for the night hours, the weather remains cold in most parts of the Sultanate, and cold over the mountainous heights and deserts, with low clouds flowing over the coasts of the Arabian Sea and limited parts of the coasts of the Sea of Oman.

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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