Foggy and humid conditions to continue in Qatar until Thursday, says Met Dept

By QLNews

Qatar is likely to see heavy mist and fog in the late evenings and early mornings in the next few days, according to the country’s Met Department.

The country’s weather office asked people to expect foggy conditions to continue at least until December 6, Thursday, reported Gulf Times.

Qatar has been experiencing foggy conditions for the last few days. Thick fog has been noticed early in the morning, leading to low visibility, followed by high humidity late in the evening and in the morning.

Today, it will be relatively cold at night.

The Met office has also warned of strong winds and high seas in offshore areas today evening. During this period, wind speeds may go up to 25 knots, with the sea level likely rising to 7ft.

Dukhan is likely to see the lowest temperature in the country today, at 16°C. It is expected to be followed by Abu Samra, Mesaieed and Al Wakrah, at 19°C each.

Maximum temperature expected today is 27°C.

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