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Temperatures to go down, rain expected — JMD

By Fares Al Abed - Dec 05,2017 - Last updated at Dec 05,2017

AMMAN — A moderate weather will continue to prevail in most parts of the Kingdom on Tuesday, with the possibility of fog formation causing low visibility, the Jordan Meteorological Department (JMD) said on Monday.

According to the JMD, a slight decrease in temperatures will be witnessed today, with temperatures expected to reach 20oC during the day and 6ºC at night.

In the northern areas, temperatures will range between 26oC during daytime and 9ºC at night.

Mercury levels in the Gulf of Aqaba will reach 28oC and drop to 14oC at night.

In the next two days, cold weather will prevail in most parts of the country, bringing intermittent rain.

On Wednesday, temperatures in Amman are expected to reach 12oC during the day and to drop to 2oC at night, with slight rain accompanied by thunder and hail, the JMD added.

The JMD announced the possibility of snow on high mountains in the northern and southern parts of the Kingdom as of Wednesday night.

Meanwhile, mercury levels on Wednesday are forecast to range between 18oC and 10oC in Aqaba.

As of Thursday afternoon, the weather will return to normal, and temperatures will taper off early Friday morning.

The JMD said it is following up on weather developments round the clock, and will continue issuing detailed weather forecasts as usual and sending them to media outlets and relevant institutions.

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