Weekend weather in Bahrain | The atmosphere is very hot and exhausting for the coming days

طقس العرب GO 2021-05-26 2021-05-26T07:14:24Z
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Weekend weather in Bahrain | The atmosphere is very hot and exhausting for the coming days

Arab Weather - Temperatures will continue to rise during the next few days in Bahrain, with the weather continuing to be generally stable.

Thursday ... a slight rise in temperatures

Temperatures rise throughout Bahrain on Thursday, with the capital, Manama, recording an average maximum temperature of 38 degrees Celsius in conjunction with high humidity levels, and thus the perceived temperatures will be severe and exhausting.

And the night temperatures drop to the mid-thirties Celsius

Friday and Saturday ... more temperatures

Temperatures will rise further during the weekend, as the maximum temperature in the capital, Manama, touches a barrier of 40 degrees Celsius, with high humidity levels making the weather extremely hot and exhausting.

And the night temperatures drop to the mid-thirties Celsius

In conjunction with these hot climates, the weather is generally stable

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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