The impact of hot air mass on the Kingdom will subside

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Amman — On Sunday, the impact of the hot air mass on the Kingdom will subside, and temperatures will decrease slightly bringing relatively hot weather in the mountains and plains, while it will be hot in the rest of the regions. With the appearance of low clouds in the western parts of the Kingdom, and the winds will be north Western with moderate speed, according to the Jordan Meteorological Department (JMD).اضافة اعلان

The JMD warns of the danger of direct exposure to the sunlight at noon, especially in Badia, the Jordan Valley, the Dead Sea and Aqaba, and the possibility of low visibility due to dust in Badia region.

On Monday, another slight decrease in temperature will impact the kingdom, according to the report. The weather will be normal summer over the mountainous areas, relatively hot in the plain’s areas, and hot in the rest of the regions, and northwesterly moderate speed winds are sometimes active.

On Wednesday, Temperatures on Wednesday are forecast to rise 4 to 5 degrees above their annual average during this time of the year. The weather will be hot in the mountainous areas and plains, and very hot in the rest of the Kingdom.

Today, the maximum and minimum temperatures in Amman will range between 35 - 21 degrees Celsius, in the northern highlands 30 – 20, in the southern Jordan Valley 40-28, in the Dead Sea 40-27, and in Aqaba 40-27 degrees Celsius.

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