Temperature surge brings spring-like weather

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AMMAN — On Tuesday, temperatures are expected to rise, reaching around average levels for this time of year. The atmosphere will be pleasantly spring-like in most regions, with particularly warm conditions in the Jordan Valley, Dead Sea, and Aqaba. Some high-altitude clouds will also appear, and the winds will be brisk, especially in desert areas, potentially causing dust disturbances, according to the meteorological report.اضافة اعلان

Highs and lows will vary across different areas, with temperatures ranging from 18 to 11 degrees Celsius in East Amman, 16 to nine degrees Celsius in West Amman, 15 to seven degrees Celsius in northern highlands, 16 to six degrees Celsius in the southern highlands, 21 to 10 degrees Celsius in desert areas, 19 to 11 degrees Celsius in plains, 26 to 14 degrees Celsius in northern valleys, 28 to 17 degrees Celsius in southern valleys, 27 to 16 degrees Celsius at the Dead Sea, and 28 to 16 degrees Celsius in Aqaba, Al-Mamlaka TV reported.

Wednesday will bring another temperature increase, creating warm spring-like weather across most regions, while the Jordan Valley, Dead Sea, and Aqaba will experience even warmer conditions. Medium to high-altitude clouds will be visible, and the winds will be moderate southeasterly, occasionally becoming stronger.

Temperatures will continue to rise on Thursday, exceeding the typical averages for this time of year by approximately 5-6 degrees Celsius. The weather will be warm and spring-like in most areas, with even warmer conditions in valleys and coastal regions. Expect to see some medium to high-altitude clouds, and the southeasterly winds will be moderate, occasionally picking up in speed.

By Friday, Jordan will experience unsettled weather conditions with clouds at medium to high altitudes covering the sky. Temperatures will slightly decrease, creating a mild spring-like atmosphere in most regions, becoming warmer in valleys and coastal areas. There's a possibility of scattered showers, particularly in the south and east, with moderate southeasterly winds occasionally stirring up dust in desert regions.

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