Strong winds are expected during Monday also along with poor visibility in some places due to dusty conditions, the Qatar Met department has said in its forecast.

Offshore areas, too, are likely to see strong winds and high seas, according to the weather report.
On Saturday, the Met department had said fresh to strong northwesterly winds were expected to affect most parts of the country - at daytime - until tomorrow due to the extension of the “Indian monsoon low” over the region. Above-normal temperatures were also likely in Qatar during this period.
The forecast for inshore areas on Monday says it will be “hot to very hot” during the day with some clouds and slight to blowing dust at times.
Slightly dusty conditions are also expected in offshore areas, where the sea level may rise to 9ft.
According to the forecast, the wind speed may reach a high of 36 knots in some inshore areas during the day before decreasing by night. In offshore areas, it will go up to 28 knots.
Visibility, meanwhile, may drop to 3km or less in some places at times.
Meanwhile, the highest temperature in Qatar on Sunday was 47C, which was recorded in Mesaieed, followed by 46C in the Qatar University and Doha airport areas, Al Rayyan, Wakrah and Turayna.
The maximum temperature forecast in the country on Monday is 45C in places such as Doha, Mesaieed, Wakrah and Al Khor.
In view of the expected conditions, the Met department has urged people to be cautious and avoid exposure to direct sunlight as well as venturing into the sea during the period of strong winds.