Jordan to experience mild temperature changes, continued warm conditions

Amman Citadel
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AMMAN — Jordan is poised to experience slight temperature fluctuations on Thursday, accompanied by a gentle rise in temperatures. The weather conditions are expected to create a moderately summer ambiance across the higher mountainous regions, while the remaining areas will encounter relatively warm to hot conditions. Additionally, scattered low-level clouds are predicted to appear in the northern parts of the Kingdom.اضافة اعلان

According to the latest report from the Jordan Meteorological Department (JMD), these weather patterns are anticipated to persist into Friday. During this time, moderately summer-like conditions are likely to prevail over the high mountainous zones, while the rest of Jordan will continue to experience relatively warm to hot temperatures, the Jordan News Agency, Petra reported. Wind patterns are expected to maintain a moderate speed, predominantly blowing in from the northwest.

A minor temperature decline on Saturday
The weather outlook for Saturday suggests a minor temperature decline. The ambiance will retain a moderately summer-like character across mountainous locales, whereas other areas will observe relatively warm conditions. Winds are projected to be of moderate speed, originating from the northwest direction.

Sunday’s weather is expected to remain consistent
Sunday's weather is expected to remain consistent, with moderately summer-like conditions predicted for the mountainous regions. Meanwhile, the remaining parts of Jordan will continue to experience relatively warm temperatures. Wind patterns are likely to be moderate, blowing in from the northwest.

Peak temperatures for today will range between 35 and 33 degrees Celsius in Amman and various highlands throughout the Kingdom. During the night, lows of 21 or even 19 degrees Celsius are anticipated in the southern highlands. The Gulf city of Aqaba will experience scorching weather, with highs of 42 and lows of 28 degrees Celsius.

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