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JMD forecasts slight rise in temperatures

By JT - May 27,2019 - Last updated at May 27,2019

AMMAN — A slight rise in temperature is expected to bring back hot weather conditions across most of the Kingdom, the Jordan Meteorological Department (JMD) said.

A new rise in temperature is forecast on Tuesday, as the weather will be relatively hot on the heights and plains, while hot weather conditions will prevail in most parts of the Kingdom, with moderate north-westerly winds.

Temperatures on Tuesday are expected to range between a high of 34ºC and a low of 22ºC in Amman and a high of 41ºC and low of 28ºC in Aqaba.

Last week, the Kingdom was affected by a hot air mass, raising temperatures 5-7°C above their seasonal average for this time of year.

The JMD warned people against direct exposure to sunlight during peak hours, from noon to 3pm, calling on the public to stay up-to-date with weather forecasts by checking updates on, through the JMD’s Facebook page or its app “JMDWEATHER”.

Today, temperatures in Amman will reach a high of 32°C and a low of 22°C, ranging in Aqaba between 41°C and 28°C.

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