Expectations of a decrease in temperature during the next two days

12/7/2019 13:56:00

The directorate of seismology and meteorology has predicted that temperatures will fall in the next two days.


The directorate of seismology and meteorology said in a statement: "The weather on Saturday will be sunny in the central and northern parts , with a few decrease of temperature while the weather is very hot in the southern region as 45 m, and Basra 47 m. "


The directorate added: "The weather on Sunday will be sunny in the central and northern regions without any change in temperature in compare to previous days, and it is expected that the weather is hot in the south with a slight reduction of heat."


The weather on next Monday will be hot in the center and south with a rise in temperature in the north, while next Tuesday's weather will be warm in the center and north and very hot in the southern region with little rise in temperature.





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