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Department of Meteorology warns of thundershowers, strong winds Saturday


Saturday، 28 November 2020 09:36 AM

Until 6pm Saturday, the temperature will be moderate inshore, with the sky being partly cloudy to cloudy with a chance of scattered rain which can become thundery at places at times with blowing dust, the Department of Meteorology said in its daily weather report Saturday.
The Met Department warned the thundery rain can be associated with strong wind at places at times.

Offshore, it will be cloudy with a chance of scattered rain maybe thundery at some places, the report added, warning of expected thunder rain with strong wind and high sea.
Wind inshore will be mainly southeasterly 05 to 15 knot reaches 25 knot at places with thundery rain.
Offshore, it will be easterly to southeasterly 08 to 18 knot, gusting to 25 knot with thundery rain.
Visibility will be 4 to 8km to 3km or less at places with thundery rain.

Sea state inshore will be 2 to 3 feet, rises to 5 feet with thundery rain, while offshore it will be 3 to 5 feet, rises to 8 feet with thundery rain.

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