Weather

Very hot and dusty conditions forecast

The weather office has forecast very hot and dusty conditions for today. As the maximum temperature is to go up to 46C, the day will be very hot. Strong winds are expected to whip up dust which will affect visibility, the Meteorology Department at the Civil Aviation Authority said.

Temperature may hit 45 degrees

Temperature in the city and its outskirts is expected to hit 45 degrees Celsius today, up by three to four degrees compared to yesterday, according to the Meteorology Department.

Temperature to shoot up further

Temperature across the country is expected to shoot up further today even as there are warnings of stronger dusty winds of upto 35 knots.

Slight fall in temperature likely

A marginal fall in temperature is on cards for the day owing to strengthening of the Northwesterly-Northerly winds across the country, especially on the inshore areas.

Strong sand storms likely in Qatar

The strong dust storm experienced across Qatar is expected to continue on Monday and over the next few days. Monday's winds could be as severe or even stronger than what the country experienced in the forenoon hours yesterday, a senior official told Gulf Times.

Strong winds from tomorrow

The Meteorology Department has forecast strong winds beginning tomorrow.


Dusty conditions, fresh winds on cards

Strong and fresh winds will affect Qatar from Monday, the Met Office has said. The bout of wind may last until the end of the weekend.

High wind and poor visibility forecast

The weather bureau has forecast high winds and poor visibility today due to blowing dust. Northwesterly to northerly winds may move at speeds from 22km to 40km an hour initially and by noon the speed may even reach 52km an hour at places.

Mercury to touch 46C in Doha today

The mercury is forecast to touch 47C at Mesaieed and Wakrah and 46C in Doha today, the Met Office said yesterday. These levels are 3-5C higher than the annual normal ones. The temperature is likely to return to its annual normal on Thursday, reaching 40-42C.


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