Warmer air mass approaching Kingdom, higher temperatures expected

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AMMAN — The Kingdom is expected to experience a gradual increase in temperatures next week as a warmer air mass moves closer to the country, according to the latest weather readings. The anticipated rise in temperatures will result in a shift form the usual summer weather to relatively hot conditions in most areas. اضافة اعلان

The air mass, with temperatures warmer than the average, is forecasted to influence Jordan gradually throughout the upcoming week. As a result, temperatures will steadily rise, transforming the atmosphere from the typical summer season to relatively hot conditions in most regions, Hala News reported.

Notably, the Jordan Valley, Dead Sea, and Aqaba will experience particularly hot weather within the usual range, with temperatures reaching the forties in these areas.

Caution for midday and afternoon hours
The weather experts have advised caution during the midday and afternoon hours, emphasizing the potential dangers of prolonged direct exposure to the sun's rays. It is recommended to seek shade or limit outdoor activities during these times to avoid the risk of heat-related issues.

While the evenings will bring more moderate conditions, with overall pleasant and suitable weather for outdoor activities and gatherings, it is essential to remain mindful of the persistently warm temperatures during this time of year.

Monday and Tuesday will witness further increases
Looking ahead, the trend of rising temperatures is anticipated to continue throughout the week. Monday and Tuesday will witness a further increase, with temperatures slightly surpassing the average for this time of year. The hot weather will persist in most regions, including the Jordan Valley, Dead Sea, and Aqaba, where temperatures will remain in the forties. Nighttime conditions are expected to be moderate to mild across all areas.

Towards the end of the week, temperatures are forecasted to remain above average for this time of year. The weather will be typically summer-like in most regions, with relatively hot conditions in the Jordan Valley, Dead Sea, and Aqaba.

As the country prepares for higher temperatures in the coming week, it is advised to stay updated with the latest weather reports and take necessary precautions to ensure personal well-being and comfort during the hotter days.

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