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KUWAIT CITY, Feb 10: The Meteorological Department said that there is a chance for scattered rain, accompanied by thunder, until Saturday, due to the air depression belt with winds blowing from the southwest, accompanied by a warm and humid air mass and chance of low and medium clouds appearing on the horizon, reports Al-Jarida daily. The daily quoting Yasser Al-Balushi, Head of the Marine Forecasting Department, explained the weather today will be warm and clouds will gradually appear, with southeasterly light to moderate winds, active at intervals ranging between 15 and 45 kilometers per hour, causing dust, especially over open areas, and the expected maximum temperatures between 24 and 26 degrees Celsius. The sea will be light to moderate. The waves expected to rise at intervals between 2 and 6 feet high.
In a statement to Kuwait News Agency (KUNA), Al-Balushi said the weather tonight will be cold, with southeasterly winds fl uctuating from light to moderate speed, active at intervals ranging between 8 and 40 kilometers per hour, with a chance of scattered rain accompanied by thunderstorm at times, with a chance of fog in some areas, and the expected minimum temperature falling to between 12 and 14 degrees Celsius. On Friday, the weather is expected to be warm and partly cloudy, with southeasterly to northwesterly light to moderate winds, active at intervals between 15 and 40 kilometers per hour, causing dust, especially over open areas, with a chance of scattered rain that may be thundery at times.
The expected maximum temperature ranges between 24 and 26 degrees Celsius, the sea will be light to moderate, and the waves will rise at intervals, and their height will be between 2 and 6 feet. Regarding the weather Saturday, Al Balushi said it will be moderate, and the clouds and chances of thunder rain will gradually decrease, and the winds will be northwesterly light to moderate, with speeds ranging between 15 and 45 kilometers per hour, causing dust, especially on open areas, and the expected maximum temperatures between 20 and 22 degrees.