Her Highness Sheikha Jawaher bint Hamad bin Suhaim al-Thani, wife of His Highness the Emir, yesterday paid a visit to Darb Al Saai as part of the National Day celebrations, which is being held this year under the motto Promise of Prosperity and Glory. During the visit, Sheikha Jawaher toured various cultural and heritage events. She also toured activities of the Qatar Centre for Social Work by visiting the Shafallah Centre for People with Disabilities, Orphans Care Centre ‘Dhreima’, Ihsan and other centres, where she was briefed about the activities of these centres and other events such as the Women’s Al Liwan and the Qatar Development Bank pavilion. Her Highness also visited Al Rayan Satellite TV studio, and the Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy (SC) pavilion where she was briefed on the models and the stadiums of Qatar’s preparations for the 2022 FIFA World Cup.
Thundery rain and strong wind forecast
Thundery rain and sudden strong wind are expected inshore at places across Qatar today, according to the Met office. The offshore forecast is thundery rain at places. Waves could rise up to 5ft at places inshore at time today, whereas offshore, the wave height could touch 8ft during thundery rain. The maximum temperature of 24C is expected in Doha and at Messaied, Wakrah, Al Khor and Abu Samra, followed by 23C at Ruwais and 22C at Dukhan. The minimum temperature of 10C is forecast at Abu Samra, followed by 13C at Dukhan, 14C at Mesaieed, Wakrah and Al Khor, 16C in Doha and 17C at Ruwais.
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