Warm Days, Scattered Rain Expected During Weekend

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KUWAIT CITY, March 20: The Meteorological Department forecasts warm daytime temperatures and cooler nights throughout the upcoming weekend, with scattered rain expected from this evening, Thursday, through tomorrow afternoon, Friday. There’s a possibility of rain returning at dawn on Sunday.

Abdulaziz Al-Qarawi, Director of the Department, informed Kuwait News Agency (KUNA) that weather maps and numerical models indicate the country’s influence by an extension of a high-pressure system gradually retreating to make way for a surface low-pressure system. This low-pressure system is accompanied by warm, humid air, coinciding with an extension of an upper-level atmospheric low-pressure system.

Al-Qarawi elaborated on the weather conditions, highlighting the prevalence of low and medium clouds intermixed with cumulus clouds. There’s a likelihood of scattered rain starting from later this evening until tomorrow afternoon, followed by a disappearance of rain chances tomorrow evening. Fog formation with reduced horizontal visibility is expected at night, with rain chances returning again at dawn on Sunday. Intermittent thunderstorms may occur in some areas, while the overall weather pattern remains warm during the day and colder at night.

Today’s weather is projected to be warm, with variable winds shifting to northwesterly, light to moderate in speed ranging between 8 and 28 kilometers per hour. Scattered clouds will dot the sky, and maximum temperatures are anticipated to range from 25 to 27 degrees Celsius. Sea conditions will be light to moderate, with wave heights between 1 and 3 feet.

Tonight, temperatures are expected to drop, accompanied by increasing cloud cover and variable southeasterly winds, light to moderate with occasional activity reaching speeds between 10 and 40 kilometers per hour. There’s a chance of scattered rain later, possibly accompanied by thunderstorms, with minimum temperatures ranging from 15 to 18 degrees Celsius. Sea conditions will remain light to moderate, with occasional waves reaching heights of 2 to 6 feet.

For tomorrow, Friday, moderate and cloudy to partly cloudy weather is anticipated, with light to moderate southeasterly winds intermittently active between 10 and 40 kilometers per hour. Scattered rain, potentially with thunderstorms, is possible. Maximum temperatures are forecasted to range from 21 to 23 degrees Celsius, with clear sea conditions and light to moderate waves, sometimes reaching heights of 2 to 6 feet.

Tomorrow night, temperatures are expected to drop further, with southeasterly to variable winds, light to moderate in speed between 8 and 32 kilometers per hour. Fog formation may occur in some areas, leading to reduced horizontal visibility. Minimum temperatures are anticipated to range between 16 and 19 degrees Celsius, with sea conditions remaining light to moderate and wave heights between 1 and 4 feet.

Looking ahead to Saturday, there will be a gradual improvement in horizontal visibility, with warm weather and light to moderate southeasterly to variable winds between 8 and 32 kilometers per hour. Scattered clouds will be present, and maximum temperatures are expected to range from 26 to 28 degrees Celsius. Sea conditions will be light, with wave heights ranging from 1 to 4 feet.

Saturday night is expected to bring moderate to cold weather, increasing cloud cover, and variable to light to moderate southeasterly winds between 8 and 32 kilometers per hour. There’s a chance of fog formation in some areas, with scattered rain possible later on. Minimum temperatures are projected to range from 16 to 19 degrees Celsius, with sea conditions remaining light to moderate and wave heights between 1 and 4 feet.

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