Doha, March 28 (QNA) – The Meteorological Department expected that the weather on the coast, until six o’clock in the evening today, would be moderately hot during the day, and partly cloudy at times, with scattered clouds and a chance for scattered rain at first… warning of expected strong winds and high waves in the The open sea, where the weather will be partly cloudy at times with scattered clouds and scattered rain in some areas at first. The winds on the coast will be northwesterly to northeasterly, at a speed ranging between 5 knots and 15 knots, with gusts reaching 20 knots in some areas, during the day.. At sea, it will be northwesterly to northeasterly, at a speed between 8 knots and 18 knots, reaching to 25 knots sometimes. The horizontal visibility ranges between 4 and 8 kilometers. The state of waves on the coast will range between 1 and 3 feet, rising to 5 feet at times.. Offshore, it will be between 2 and 5 feet, rising to 8 feet at times. The expected highest temperature in Doha is /29/ degrees Celsius. The times of the tides are as follows: Doha: the highest tide is at seven and one minute in the morning.. and the lowest tide is at three and four minutes in the afternoon. Al-Wakra: The highest tide is at eight and 46 minutes in the morning.. and the lowest tide is at two and 41 minutes in the afternoon. Mesaieed: the lowest islands at two and 57 minutes in the afternoon. Al-Khor: The highest tide is at 7:11 a.m. and the lowest tide is at 11:11 p.m. Al-Ruwais: The highest tide was at 9:22 in the morning, and the lowest tide was at 3:13 in the afternoon. Dukhan: The highest tide was at 2:59 minutes in the afternoon… and the lowest tide was at 8:40 minutes in the morning. The sun sets, God willing, at five o’clock and 48 minutes.
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