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Strong winds to hit Qatar by Wednesday night and is expected to last till Saturday evening

Qatar Meteorology Department said in an announcement that from Wednesday night fresh to strong northwesterly winds will reach Qatar shores and is likely to last till Saturday evening because of a ridge in Siberian high pressure system.

Winds are predicted to be ranging between 12 knots to 22 knots inland reaching 35 knots offshore that will make waves height to rise 7 ft to 10 ft and reaching up to 15 ft in the north.

During this period temperatures are anticipated to drop to their regular average for this time with a most extreme of 20°C to 23°C and minimum of 13°C to 16°C in Doha.

Also, minimum temperature is expected to drop below 10°C in open areas and southern parts of the nation with higher feeling of cold because of windy conditions.

Qatar Meteorology Department has asked all occupants to be wary and to abstain from going to ocean in this period.

Qatar Meteorology Department said in an announcement that from Wednesday night fresh to strong northwesterly winds will reach Qatar shores and is likely to last till Saturday evening because of a ridge in Siberian high pressure system.

Winds are predicted to be ranging between 12 knots to 22 knots inland reaching 35 knots offshore that will make waves height to rise 7 ft to 10 ft and reaching up to 15 ft in the north.

During this period temperatures are anticipated to drop to their regular average for this time with a most extreme of 20°C to 23°C and minimum of 13°C to 16°C in Doha.

Also, minimum temperature is expected to drop below 10°C in open areas and southern parts of the nation with higher feeling of cold because of windy conditions.

Qatar Meteorology Department has asked all occupants to be wary and to abstain from going to ocean in this period.

source : Qatar Day

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