Weather in the country is expected to remain stable in the coming days, a statement from the General Directorate of Metrology predicted on Thursday.
In a statement to KUNA, head of the agricultural and hydrological forecast at the metrology department Abdulaziz Al-Qarawi said that all signs point to the weather remaining stable for the foreseeable future, noting that a heatwave is expected during day hours with the weather remaining clear during night.
Moreover, he added that extremely hot daytime temperatures are expected during the holy month of Ramadan, with the weather clearing up by nightfall.
Al-Qarawi noted that the weather will be mildly hot on Thursday with 6 to 28 mph winds out of the northwest. On Friday, temperatures will range between 43 and 45 degrees with 8 to 35 mph winds out of the northwest.
Temperatures are expected to be mildly hot at nighttime with light to moderate winds, he added. On Saturday, temperatures during the daytime will be extremely hot with light northwestern winds, while the weather is expected to stabilize during nighttime with temperatures ranging between 26 and 29 degrees.