Temperatures tend to rise while remaining about 2 to 4 degrees Celsius below their averages, as a result of the country being affected by an extension of a surface air rise accompanied by northwesterly currents in the upper layers of the atmosphere.
The Directorate General of Meteorology expected in its morning bulletin that the weather will be between clear and partly cloudy in general, with a weak chance of light precipitation remaining in the southern regions, while it will be relatively cold at night with a warning of frost on high mountainous heights.
The winds will be northwesterly to northwesterly, moderate in speed, with active gusts during the day, gradually reducing in speed to become variable in direction, light in speed at night, and the sea is light in waves.
Tomorrow, temperatures will continue to be about 2 to 4 degrees Celsius lower than their rates for this period of the year, and the sky will gradually be covered with clouds at high and medium altitudes, and the weather will be cold at night in general, especially on the mountainous heights, and the winds will be southeasterly to easterly, moderate in speed with active gusts during the day and be severe in the coastal region and the southern and central highlands, where their speed exceeds 65 km / h.
Expected temperatures for days:
|Damascus||17 / 8||16 / 8||17 / 7|
|Kenitra||15 / 7||14 / 7||15 / 8|
|Shield||16 / 7||16 / 8||17 / 8|
|Sweida||14 / 7||15 / 9||16 / 8|
|Homs||17 / 8||16 / 7||16 / 7|
|mother-in-law||18 / 7||18 / 8||17 / 8|
|Al , Hasakah||18 / 5||18 / 6||19 / 6|
|Latakia||19 / 11||21 / 12||21 / 11|
|Tartous||21 / 11||22 / 12||22 / 11|
|Aleppo||16 / 5||15 / 6||16 / 5|
|Idlib||16 / 5||16 / 6||16 / 5|
|Deir Ezzor||18 / 7||18 / 7||18 / 8|
|Raqqa||17 / 5||17 / 5||17 / 6|