Caution urged on Saturday, Sunday due to unstable weather

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Published: 2024-03-02 10:56

Last Updated: 2024-05-24 00:07


Caution urged on Saturday, Sunday due to unstable weather
Caution urged on Saturday, Sunday due to unstable weather

The Meteorological Department warned of the risk of reduced visibility due to dust, especially in desert areas, on Saturday. There is also a risk of decreased visibility late at night due to fog forming over mountainous areas.

In a statement received by Roya, the Meteorological Department also cautioned of the risk of slippery roads in areas experiencing rainfall on Sunday, as well as the potential for reduced visibility due to fog over mountainous areas during Sunday morning. Additionally, there is a possibility of reduced visibility due to dust in desert areas.

The weather on Saturday is expected to be mild in most areas and warm in the Jordan Valley, Dead Sea, and Aqaba. Some low-level clouds are expected in the north and central parts of the kingdom, with moderate westerly winds causing dust, leading to reduced visibility, especially in desert areas.

Saturday night will be cold in most areas and mild in the Jordan Valley, Dead Sea, and Aqaba, with low-level clouds. Late at night, there is a chance of scattered showers in parts of the northwest of the kingdom. The winds will be moderate-speed westerlies, occasionally picking up.

On Sunday, the kingdom will be affected by a cold and moist air mass, leading to a noticeable drop in temperatures during the day. The weather will be cold in most areas, partly cloudy to cloudy at times, with expected rainfall in the north and central parts of Jordan. The winds will be moderate-speed northwesterlies, occasionally picking up.

At night, the weather will be cold and partly cloudy, with a chance of light rain showers in northern Jordan. The winds will be moderate-speed northwesterlies.

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