Most parts of the Sultanate will have clear and partially clear skies on Sunday, the Public Authority for Civil Aviation (PACA) said.
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“It would be mainly clear skies over most parts of the Sultanate with isolated clouds and chances of dust-rising winds over the desert and open areas in Dhofar, Ad Dhahirah, Al Dakhliya, North and South Al Sharqiyah governorates.
“Chances of cloud development over Al Hajar Mountains and surrounding areas towards the afternoon. Chances of late night to early morning low-level clouds along the parts of coastal areas of Arabian Sea snd over the South Al Sharqiyah governorate.”
“The aerial photograph shows low clouds in parts of the Arabian Sea coast with clouds in separate parts of Al Wusta and Dhofar governorates.
PACA confirmed that,
“The rise of the sea waves on the coasts of Musandam Governorate and the Oman Sea to the average waves (two meters) during the next two days. The height of the waves on the coast of the Arabian Sea continues to medium / rough raging (3 meters), be attentive please.”
The expected maximum and minimum temperatures will be 39 degrees Celsius and 33 degrees in Muscat, 34 degrees and 27 degrees in Salalah, 45 degrees and 32 degrees in Khasab, 40 degrees and 32 degrees in Sohar, 40 degrees and 32 degrees in Sur, 49 degrees and 31 degrees in Nizwa, 49 degrees and 32 degrees in Ibri and 48 degrees and 32 degrees in Buraimi.
The Oman News Agency (ONA) said,
“The highest temperature expected on Saturday is 50 degrees in wilayats of Fhoud, Adam and Haima , and the lowest is 20 degrees in Jabal Shams.”
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