The rainy season would begin on October 16 and continue for 52 days, the Qatar Met department said in a report. The country may experience some rain before that as well.
The maximum temperature will gradually drop in Doha during this period, ranging from 30-35C, and the mercury level will be particularly low at night.
In view of the forecast, the Met department has urged the different authorities concerned to make adequate preparations for the coming rainy season.
Meanwhile, the minimum temperature has already dropped to below 20C in some places, with Mesaieed, Turayna and Abu Samra recording 19C.
The weather report says the mercury level may drop to 18C in places such as Al Khor, Wakrah and Mesaieed on Tuesday.Last updated: October 04 2016 10:56 AM
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