Hazy to misty conditions are forecast in the morning hours on Wednesday but chances of strong winds remain only in the offshore areas, according to the Met office.
A relatively lower visibility of up to 3km is forecast in the early hours but it would improve to anywhere between four and eight km later in the day.
The sea could rise up to 7ft on the northern areas but the average could be between two and four ft.
The lowest temperature for the day, 12C, is likely at Al Khor while the maximum of 23C is on cards on the southern side, comprising Mesaieed and Wakra and Doha.
Dukhan would have a low of 15C and high of 19C. The minimum forecast in Doha is 17C and maximum 23C.
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