The Met department has forecast strong winds and thunderstorms in Qatar Tuesday, a day after the country experienced severe dusty conditions
The air quality levels in Delhi ranged from "very unhealthy" to "hazardous" on Friday as a steady breeze blew.
Hamad Medical Corporation (HMC) has advised the public to take necessary precautions as the Qatar Meteorology Department has forecast strong winds and poor visibility across most of the country due to sand and dust storms.
A dust storm enveloped a swathe of northern China on Thursday dragging down air quality and visibility and prompting warnings for children and old people to stay indoors.
Low visibility is again expected at some places in the early hours of Friday, the Met department has said. Visibility may drop to 2km or less in these areas, according to the weather report.
A sudden dust storm blew over Doha on Wednesday afternoon, which resulted in a sharp drop in visibility and caught people unawares.