Urgent.. An important statement from the National Center of Meteorology today and tomorrow

The weather for today is predicted by the National Centre of Meteorology to be fair to partly cloudy, with low clouds expected to build along the eastern coast and a possibility of some cumulus clouds forming in the east. Rain is expected to fall in the afternoon.

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Up to tomorrow morning, it will get humid at night, with the chance of some places developing light or dense fog. Both coastal and inland regions have light to moderate breezes that can occasionally be strong enough to stir up dust and dirt. The Arabian Gulf experiences mild waves, while the Sea of Oman experiences medium to light waves.

The centre stated that tomorrow's weather will be fair to partly cloudy, with low clouds expected to form on the eastern coast and a chance of some cumulus clouds forming to the east and south. Rain is expected in the afternoon, and temperatures will rise. The night will be humid until Monday morning, with a possibility of mist or mist forming. Noting that the winds are from the south-east to the north-east, light to moderate in speed, occasionally active and creating dust during the day, and that their speed ranges from 10 to 25 km/h, reaching 35 km/h at sea, light to certain coastal and interior locations, especially the western ones. The Arabian Gulf and the Sea of Oman occasionally have light to medium waves.

He emphasised that Monday's weather will mostly be bright to partly overcast, with low clouds expected to build on the eastern coast and the chance of some clouds forming in the east and south that could develop into cumulus in the afternoon. From Tuesday morning, the weather will turn humid with a chance of mist or light fog forming in some western areas. The winds are from the southeast to the northeast and range from 10 to 25 km/h, with a maximum speed of 35 km/h on the sea, which occasionally has light to medium waves in the Arabian Gulf and light waves. in the Arabian Sea.

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