Strong winds of up to 50kmph and waves of up to eight feet in height expected.
The National Centre Meteorology, NCM, has said that rough sea conditions will continue in the Arabian Gulf as a result of fresh northwesterly winds with up to 50kmph.
In a statement, NCM said that wave heights are expected to reach between four to eight feet until 5pm tomorrow evening.
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Continuity of the fresh Northwesterly winds to strong at times, with a speed reaching 50 km/h at times, and Rough sea with wave height reaching 4 – 6 / 8 ft. Until 05:00 tomorrow Tuesday 30 / 03 / 2021. pic.twitter.com/IDQPXPD4IQ
— (@NCMS_media) March 29, 2021
According to the NCM, the weather for the day is expected to be dusty and partly cloudy at times with a slight fall in temperatures.
The maximum temperature in the country is expected to be between 28 – 32°C, and the lowest temperature will be between 12 – 16°C.
The relative humidity is likely to increase during night and Tuesday morning with a chance of fog/mist formation. The humidity will be at 65 – 85 per cent in the internal areas whereas in the mountainous regions it is expected to be 45 – 60 per cent.
Winds are expected to be northwesterly, moderate to active and strong on the sea, at a speed ranging between 25 to 35, up to 50kmph.
The sea will be rough to very rough at times in the Arabian Gulf and slight to moderate in the Oman Sea.