Strong winds and high seas are expected in offshore areas on Friday, the Qatar Met department has said.
Northwesterly winds are likely to speeds ranging from 12 to 22 knots, reaching a high of 26 knots at times, according to the weather report.
Offshore areas may also see dusty conditions at times, while the sea level is expected to go up to 8ft.
The Met department also tweeted that the sea warning would continue until Sunday noon.
Meanwhile, the detailed forecast for inshore areas says hazy to misty conditions are likely in some places at first, followed by mild conditions. Slight to blowing dust is also expected in some places at times.
The wind speed in some inshore areas may reach a high of 25 knots, the weather office has said.
On Friday, the maximum temperature is expected to be 34C in Doha, while the minimum will be 22C in Al Khor and Abu Samra. The minimum temperature will be relatively higher in Doha at 26C.
On Thursday, a maximum temperature of 34C was recorded in Al Sheehaniya, Batna and some other places, followed by 33C in the Qatar University and Doha airport areas, Al Rayyan and Al Khor. The minimum, on the other hand, was 21C in Abu Samra, Al Sheehaniya and other places.
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