Strong winds are expected in the country on Friday along with thundery rain in the southwestern parts of the country by this afternoon, the weather forecast shows.
The country is likely to experience dusty conditions and strong winds over the coming weekend, the Qatar Met department.
The mercury level dropped to 8.6C in Baida Al Gaa, located in southern Qatar, Sunday as cold conditions prevailed around the country.
Wind and solar technologies will push the Middle East and North Africa (Mena) region's electricity mix to 50% by 2050, according to a study.
The weather office said northwesterly fresh to strong winds are expected to affect the country from Friday night until Tuesday.
Haitians living in vulnerable coastal shacks sought shelter as Hurricane Matthew closed in on the southwestern peninsula, sending storm surges, wind and rain into seaside towns.
Thundery rain at first and strong wind at places is forecast for Friday in the inshore areas of Qatar.
Strong wind at places at first has been forecast inshore for Qatar on Saturday. The offshore weather is expected to be dominated by strong wind and high seas.
Strong wind has been forecast for inshore areas by noon on Saturday apart from a chance of light to moderate rain.