Thundershowers are expected in the country on Friday along with strong winds and low visibility, the Qatar Met department has said.
There is no warning for offshore areas on Friday.
The weather report states that northwesterly-northeasterly winds will blow at 5-15 knots, reaching a high of 25 knots during thundery rain, while visibility may drop to 3km or less in some places at times.
The detailed forecast says hazy to misty conditions are likely in some places in the early hours of the day. This is to be followed by a hot day, and there is a chance of local rain cloud formation.
Slightly dusty conditions, meanwhile, have been forecast in offshore areas.
A maximum temperature of 37C is expected on Friday in Doha and Al Khor. The minimum, on the other hand, will be 24C in Mesaieed, Wakrah and Abu Samra, and 29C in Doha.
On Thursday, a maximum temperature of 39C was recorded in Sheehaniyah and other places, while in Doha it was 37C.
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