Wet weather is likely to return to the country this weekend as the Met department has said thundershowers are expected in the southern parts of Qatar on Friday along with strong winds.
Then, there are chances of scattered rain in the country between on Thursday noon and Sunday evening, which may turn thundery at times.
These conditions are likely to peak on Sunday morning, the weather office has tweeted.
Doha and other parts of the country experienced heavy rainfall recently, especially last Saturday when thunderstorms and strong winds were reported from around the country.
There is no warning for offshore areas on Friday.
The wind speed (mainly southeasterly) in inshore areas will range from 5-15 knots, going up to 25 knots during thundery rain.
The detailed forecast for Friday says it will be relatively hot during the day and cloudy conditions are also likely.
There is a chance of rain, which may turn thundery in the southern parts of Qatar by this afternoon.
Partly cloudy conditions have been forecast offshore.
The minimum and maximum temperatures are expected to be 25C in Al Khor and Dukhan, while in Doha the mercury level will range from 30C to 35C.
Thursday, a minimum of 25C was recorded in Al Khor, while the maximum was 40C in Jumayliyah.
The Doha temperatures ranged on Thursday between 30C and 35C.
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