Weather forecast: Temperatures in parts of Oman to continue climbing

Merge 104.8  |  07 June 2020

Summer temperatures are well on the way in the Sultanate as the Public Authority for Civil Aviation’s (PACA) Directorate General of Meteorology reports.

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In its daily weather bulletin, the authority has said that clear skies will persist over much of the country today [Sunday, June 7], with chances of cloud development over the Al Hajar Mountains this afternoon.

Coastal areas of Oman could experience light-to-moderate northeasterly winds during the day, changing to moderate-to-fresh southwesterly gusts along the coast in the evening.

Temperatures across the Sultanate are set to continue to rise with highs of 36 degrees Celsius and lows of 30 in Seeb, highs of 41 and lows of 32 in Khasab, highs of 30 and lows of 29 in Sohar, highs of 46 and lows of 30 in Nizwa, highs of 32 and lows of 30 in Sur, highs of 38 and lows of 27 in Duqm, and highs of 33 and lows of 28 in Salalah.

Regions experiencing the highest recorded temperatures today are Buraimi, Fahud, Adam, and Haima, with highs of 48 degrees Celsius and lows of 30 each. Jebel Shams rounded out the forecast with the coolest daily temperatures, ranging from a high of 24 degrees Celsius to a low of 18.

Source: PACA

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