The National Meteorological Center expects the weather today to be partly cloudy, with low cloud increasing over the east coast, sea and some coastal areas in the west, pointing out that temperatures tend to increase slightly.
He pointed out that the winds are from the northwest to the west and from east to northeast over the east and north of the country, of light to moderate speed, sometimes active in the west, their speed varies from 15 to 25 km / h, reaching 35 km / h on the sea, which corresponds to light to medium waves in the Arabian Gulf and light in the Arabian Sea.
The center said the weather on Saturday would remain partly cloudy with the continued increase of low clouds over the sea and some western coastal areas, while the weather on Sunday turned wet, with the possibility of light fog forming. over some internal areas in the morning, provided it will be clear to partly cloudy with low cloud appearing over some coastal areas.
He specified that the winds will be from the northwest to northeast, light to moderate, with speeds ranging from 10 to 20 km / h, even up to 30 km / h on the sea, which will be weak in waves in the Persian Gulf and the Arabian Sea.
The center noted that Monday’s weather will remain humid with the possibility of fog or light fog forming over some inland and coastal areas, particularly in the west in the morning, becoming clear to partly cloudy, while winds will be from northwest to northeast light to moderate in speed, ranging from 10 to 20 km. / h up to 30 km / h over the sea, which has light waves in the Persian Gulf and the Arabian Sea.
As for the weather for next Tuesday, the center expects it to be humid with a risk of fog formation or light fog over some inland and coastal areas, particularly to the west in the morning, becoming clear to partly cloudy, while the winds will be from the southeast to northeast, light to moderate, with speeds ranging from 10 to 20 km / h, up to 30 km / h on the sea, which remains light in waves in the Persian Gulf and the Arabian Sea.
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