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The National Centre of Meteorology (NCM), expects weather over the coming five days to be humid, partly cloudy, and dusty with a probability of fog or mist formations.For Friday NCM has predicted that humid and mist may form eastward - fair to partly cloudy - temperatures tend to slight gradual increase.
Light to moderate northwesterly to northeasterly winds, freshening at times over sea daytime, with speed of 18 - 28 reaching 38 km/hr. over the sea.
Rough at morning westward becoming moderate to slight in the Arabian Gulf and slight to moderate in Oman Sea.
On Saturday there is a chance of fog at morning over some areas especially internal areas - fair to partly cloudy.
There will be light to moderate Northwesterly to northeasterly winds, with speed of 15 - 25 reaching 38 km/hr over the sea.
On Sunday, the first day of the next week, there are chances of fog at morning over scattered areas - fair to partly cloudy
There will be light to moderate Northwesterly to northeasterly, with speed of 15 - 25 reaching 38 km/hr over the sea.
On Monday there will fog at morning and increase in day temperatures.
Light to moderate Northwesterly to Northeasterly winds, freshening at times northwards, with speed of 18 - 28 reaching 40 km/hr. over the sea.
Weather will be fair to partly cloudy on Tuesday.
Light to moderate Southeasterly to northeasterly winds, with speed of 15 - 25 reaching 38 km/hr. over the sea.
The National Centre of Meteorology, NCM, has called on drivers to take all precautions and follow the traffic regulations regarding of convective clouds formation associated with rainfall and fresh winds causing blowing dust and sand.
The National Centre of Meteorology, NCM, has called on drivers and pedestrians to take all necessary precautions when on roads due to blowing dust and sand causing poor horizontal visibility.
The National Center of Meteorology (NCM) expects that the weather will remain cloudy in the country, with the possibility of some light to medium rainfall during the next three days, beginning on Sunday, especially on the sea and the islands.
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