The winter is slowly gripping Qatar. Sunday noon recorded the temperature of 22°C in Doha.
An evening tweet from Qatar Meteorology Department reported the maximum and minimum at 23°C and 13°C in Turayna.
On the other end, 32°C and 20 °C, respectively, were recorded in Ruwais.
Yesterday, it was between 23-14 in Turayna and 22-20 in Ruwais.
See the tweet:
The department’s daily weather report predicts “partly cloudy and relatively cold by night” inshore until 6am on Monday.
Offshore, it will be partly cloudy, the report added.
Wind inshore will be northwesterly at speed of 5 to 10 knot.
Offshore, it will be northwesterly to northeasterly at a speed of 5 to 15 knot gusting to 20 knot at times.
Visibility will be 4 to 8 kilometers.
Sea state inshore will be 1 to 2 feet surging to 3 feet at times. Offshore, it will be 2 to 4 feet surging to 6 feet at times.
“Nice atmosphere with some clouds and north to moderate winds. There’s chance to find a slight mist on some areas at the end of the night and early morning” a late tweet from the department said.
أجواء لطيفة مع استمرار تواجد بعض السحب في أجواء البلاد والرياح شمالية خفيفة إلى معتدلة السرعة، وننوه بوجود فرصة لتكون ضباب خفيف على بعض المناطق خلال آخر الليل والصباح الباكر. #قطر— أرصاد قطر (@Qatar_Weather) December 22, 2019
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