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Humid weather during weekend in Kuwait - meteorologist
August 30, 2017, 3:28 pm
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Humid weather is expected to continue during the weekend, especially in costal areas, said the official at the Kuwait Meteorological Department Yasser Al-Bloushi Wednesday. Speaking to KUNA, Al-Bloushi said that hot and humid weather would continue on Thursday and would gradually reduce late evening as the highest temperature would reach around 44-46 Degrees Celsius. Wind will be light to moderate coming from the northwest.

As for the status of the sea, Al-Bloushi said that waves would be light to moderate at a height of one to four feet. The lowest temperature would reach around 30-25 Degrees with light to moderate southwestern wind at speeds between 8-26 kilometers per hour (kph), waves would be light to moderate at a height of one to four feet, he said.

Friday weather will also be hot and humid especially in coastal areas, with southeastern light to moderate wind at speeds between 8-28 kph, the high temperature will be between 45-43 Degrees Celsius, said Al-Bloushi.

The status of sea Friday will be light to moderate waves at heights of one to four feet, said the meteorologist. The lowest temperature on Friday will between 30-25 degrees where humidity will reduce at night. As for Saturday Al-Bloushi said weather would be hot and humid during daytime, with a light to moderate southeast winds at speeds of 10 to 30 kph. Highest temperature would be between 45-42 Degrees Celsius and the lowest between 30-24 degrees.

Status of the sea will be light to moderate waves at one to four feet high. On Sunday, weather would be hot and humid with southeastern light to moderate wind at speed of 10 to 23 kph. Highest temperature would be between 45-42 degrees, and the lowest between 30-24 degrees, sea statues will be light to moderate waves at one to four feet high, he added. 

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