Temperatures set to go up in coming days
January 22 2019 11:37 PM
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After a cold spell that began last weekend, the Qatar Met department has said temperatures are expected to increase around the country from Thursday. The rise in mercury level will be due to the effect of southeasterly-southerly winds, which will peak on Saturday and Sunday when the maximum temperature is likely to touch 29C in Doha and the early 30Cs in the central parts of the country, the department said in a tweet Tuesday morning. Wednesday's detailed forecast says misty conditions will prevail in some places early in the morning, followed by moderate temperature during the day and some clouds. The night will be cold. Some clouds are likely in offshore areas.

A minimum temperature of 10C is expected in Wakrah and Mesaieed Wednesday, followed by 11C in Abu Samra, 12C in Al Khor, 15C in Doha, and and 17C in Dukhan and Ruwais.
The maximum, on the other hand, will be 20C in Abu Samra, 21C in Ruwais, 22C in Dukhan, 23C in Doha and Al Khor, and 24C in Wakrah and Mesaieed, the weather report shows.
On Tuesday, the minimum temperature was recorded in Abu Samra, Mesaieed and Turayna at 9C, followed by Sheehaniyah, Batna and Karana at 10C, Wakrah, Al Khor and Jumayliyah at 11C, and Abu Hamour, Qatar University area and Umm Bab at 13C. Doha and the Hamad International Airport area saw a minimum of 14C. The maximum ranged from 18C in Dukhan and Umm Bab to 23C in Abu Hamour, Qatar University area and Mesaieed, with Doha recording a high of 22C.

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