The Meteorological Department warned of expected strong winds and low horizontal visibility on the coast, at times, and of strong winds and high waves, with low horizontal visibility at some areas sometimes at sea, expecting that the weather on the coast, until six o’clock in the evening today, will be moderate in temperature During the day with scattered clouds and dust raised to dust in some areas at times.. and at sea accompanied by scattered clouds to partly cloudy over the northern regions with a chance for scattered rain, and light dust to dust at times. The winds on the coast will be southeasterly to southwesterly, at a speed ranging between 5 and 15 knots, at first, then become northwesterly, at a speed ranging between 12 and 22 knots, with gusts reaching 32 knots in some areas at times.. At sea, it will be southeasterly to southerly. Westerly at 8 to 18 knots at first, becoming northwesterly at 12 to 22 knots with gusts to 30 knots. The range of horizontal visibility ranges between 4 and 8 km, and it decreases to 2 km or less in some areas at times. Sea waves on the coast will range between 1 and 3 feet, rising to 5 feet.. Offshore, it will be between 3 and 5 feet, rising to between 4 and 7 feet, reaching 10 feet. The expected highest temperature in Doha is /29/ degrees Celsius. The times of the tide are as follows: Doha: the highest tide is at four and five minutes in the afternoon… and the lowest tide is at eleven and fifty-two minutes in the afternoon. Al-Wakra: The highest tide was at five and 16 minutes in the evening, and the lowest tide was at eleven and 54 minutes in the afternoon. Mesaieed: The highest tide is at six and 6 minutes in the evening .. and the lowest tide is at one and 10 minutes in the afternoon. Al-Khor: The highest tide was at 3:44 minutes in the afternoon, and the lowest tide was at 11:44 minutes in the afternoon. Al-Ruwais: The highest tide was at five and 27 minutes after the afternoon, and the lowest tide was at eleven and 39 minutes in the afternoon. Dukhan: The highest tide is at 9:43 in the morning, and the lowest tide is at 4:43 in the afternoon. The sun sets, God willing, at five o’clock and 45 minutes.
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