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Continued impact of hot, dry air mass until Saturday

Continued impact of hot#44; dry air mass until Saturday
Nayrouz News Agency : Temperatures are set to decrease slightly on Wednesday, but will remain above average for this time of year by approximately 5-6 degrees Celsius. The weather will be dry and relatively hot in the high mountainous regions and hot in other areas. Moderate northwesterly winds will occasionally become active.

In its report, the Jordan Meteorological Department warns of the dangers of direct sun exposure, fires in forested areas, and the peril of leaving children in closed vehicles, even for brief periods.

On Thursday, the Kingdom will continue to experience the heatwave. The weather will be dry and hot over the highlands and plains, and extremely hot in the desert, Jordan Valley, Dead Sea, and Aqaba. Moderate northwesterly winds will occasionally become active.

The hot and dry conditions will persist on Friday, with hot weather over the highlands and plains and scorching temperatures in the desert, Jordan Valley, Dead Sea, and Aqaba. Moderate northwesterly winds will be active in the afternoon hours.

By Saturday, the influence of the hot air mass will gradually decrease, leading to a slight drop in temperatures. The weather will be relatively hot in most regions of the Kingdom and hot in the Jordan Valley, Dead Sea, and Aqaba. Moderate northwesterly winds will be active in the afternoon hours.

Today's forecast of high and low temperatures are as follows: East Amman 37-22 C, West Amman 35-20 C, northern highlands 32-21 C, Sharah highlands 30-18 C, Dead Sea 42-24 C, and Gulf of Aqaba 42-25 C.
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