Temperatures on Monday are forecast to rise 4-5 degrees above annual average, bringing fair and spring-like weather in much of the Kingdom, and relatively hot conditions in the Jordan Valley, the Dead Sea and Aqaba, with southeasterly moderate to brisk winds, the Jordan Meteorological Department JMD said in its daily update.
On Tuesday, a further increase in mercury levels is predicted, so warm conditions will prevail in the highlands and the plains, while it will be relatively hot in other regions, with southeasterly moderate to active winds, blowing dust in the Badia, the JMD added.
Similar weather conditions will continue to persist on Wednesday, with northwesterly moderate to brisk winds at times, the JMD noted.
Temperatures in Amman today will reach a high of 25 degrees Celsius, dropping to 14C at night, while the Gulf of Aqaba will see a high of 33C, dipping to 23C during night hours.
Source: Jordan News Agency