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Moderate temperatures affected by high-pressure atmosphere
October 12, 2017, 1:08 pm
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Temperature will reach moderate levels in Kuwait affected by the high-pressure atmosphere, said Kuwait Meteorological Department official Abdulaziz Al-Qarawi Thursday. Speaking to KUNA, Al-Qarawi said that the high-pressure atmosphere would result in moderate northwestern winds, which will lead to dust in open areas and decreasing humidity levels.

The weather in the daytime will be a bit warm while in the evening the temperature will drop, said Al-Qarawi who indicated that the maximum temperature Thursday would reached between 35-37 Degrees Celsius while the minimum temperature will be at 23-26 Degrees. Wind speeds will be at 15 to 40 kilometers per hour (km/h) for Thursday, said Al-Qarawi while the status of the sea will see waves reaching two to six feet. Friday will be a bit warm with minimum temperatures between 22 to 25 Degrees Celsius while the maximum will reach 36 to 39 Degrees, said Al-Qarawi.

During daytime Friday, light to moderate northwestern winds will prevail at speeds between 15 to 38 km/h while in the evening, the speed will be between 8 to 28 km/h as variable to light northwestern will dominate, said the official who added that the status of the sea would have waves between one to three feet.

As for Saturday, Al-Qarawi indicated that the weather would be predominantly hot with maximum temperatures of 36 to 39 Degrees Celsius while the minimum temperatures will reach between 22 to 25 Degrees.

Wind movement for Saturday will have light to moderate northwestern wind at speeds of 8 to 28 km/h during the daytime, said Al-Qarawi, adding that in the evening the speeds will be between 6 to 20 km/h. The status of the sea will witness waves of 1 to 2 feet.

Source: KUNA

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