Rain chances again on Sunday
February 25 2017 10:32 PM
The Qatar Civil Aviation Authority has started installing boards displaying weather conditions along
The Qatar Civil Aviation Authority has started installing boards displaying weather conditions along highways.

Doha

Thundery rain is again expected in some places on Sunday along with strong winds, the Qatar Met department has said.

Offshore areas, too, are likely to see thundershowers, windy conditions and high seas on Sunday.

The wind speed may go up to 23 knots inshore and 25 knots offshore during rain and thunder.

Cloudy skies and scattered rain were reported from a number of places on Saturday, including Doha. In general, the southern areas received more rain.

Earlier in the day, the Met department tweeted that the rain was expected to continue until daytime on Sunday, while the offshore warning would also remain until today, coinciding with thundershowers.

The detailed forecast for today says hazy to misty conditions are expected in some places at first, followed by cloudy conditions. There is a chance of scattered rain during the day, which may be thundery in some areas at times.

Hazy and cloudy conditions will also prevail in offshore areas and there is a possibility of scattered rain there, too, which may be thundery occasionally. The sea level, meanwhile, may rise to 8ft during thundershowers.

A minimum temperature of 15C is likely in Al Khor, Wakrah and Mesaieed on Sunday, while in Doha it will be 16C. The maximum, on the other hand, will range from 19C to 22C.

Saturday, a minimum temperature of 15C was recorded in Karana and 18C in the Doha airport area. The maximum ranged from 18C to 25C.

Meanwhile, the Qatar Civil Aviation Authority has started installing boards displaying weather conditions along highways to provide information to motorists and ensure their safety along with that of the people accompanying them, according to information available on social media.



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