Thundery rain and strong winds are expected in the country today, the Qatar Met department has said.
Similar conditions have also been forecast for offshore areas along with high seas.
The weather report states that the wind speed may go up to 35 knots offshore and 30 knots inshore during thundershowers today, with the sea level rising to 12ft.
According to the detailed forecast, partly cloudy to cloudy conditions are expected inshore at times and there is a chance of rain, which may be thundery in some places. Also, blowing dust is likely at times.
Partly cloudy to cloudy conditions are also expected offshore today and there is a possibility of scattered rain, which may be thundery occasionally.
The minimum temperature is expected to be 18C today in Al Khor, followed by 20C in Dukhan, Abu Samra and Ruwais, and 21C in Doha, Wakrah and Mesaieed. The maximum, on the other hand, will be around 26-27C today.
Yesterday, a minimum temperature of 19C was recorded in Sheehaniya, Ghuwairiyah, Turayna and other places, while in Doha was 22C. The maximum ranged from 24C to 28C.
The Met department had earlier said the state of atmospheric instability was expected to continue affecting the country due to the extension of a low-pressure system over the region, reaching its peak today.
The chances of rain are expected to continue until tomorrow morning, followed by fresh to strong northwesterly winds in some areas that will result in a drop in temperatures, the department had forecast.
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