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Wednesday weather forecast: Temperatures slightly above average, skies clear
2017-04-19 11:52:58

The temperatures will gradually rise to become above average as the country is affected by a superficial low air pressure accompanied by western air currents in the upper layers of the atmosphere.

The Meteorology Department expected in its Wednesday bulletin that the skies will be clear to partly cloudy and the wind will be changeable to westerly with a low to moderate speed and the sea waves will be low in height.

Tomorrow, the temperatures will continue to rise to become from 2 to 4 degrees above average and the skies will be clear to partly cloudy while the weather will misty in the eastern and al-Badiya “desert” areas.

The expected temperatures in some of the major Syrian cities will be as follows: Damascus 25/10, Daraa 26/11, Sweida 24/10, Homs 23/10, Lattakia 24/16 and Deir Ezzor 26/14.


 

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