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Hot and Humid days begins

Discussion in 'Weather Forecast' started by Yusuf Shamim, Jul 8, 2015.

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  1. Yusuf Shamim

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    It's July and few days Ramadan gone to end, it's time for Hot and Humid days gonna start and keep us indoors away from scorching sun, next two months no relieve from hot weather. Comes September hot will say good bye and by November it's time out with family, spending in Parks, which are in plenty. Best place MIA park.
     
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  2. Bonjiek Dakoykoy

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    Right. Let's get ready and always bring bottled water and towel with you when you go out.
     
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    Today weather report :- According to meteorology authority, the weather will be hot during the day and dusty to blowing dust. The wind will be northwesterly-northerly with speed of 18 – 25/35 KT , and may decrease to 8-16 KT by night.
    Temperature level in different regions of the state:
    Doha 33°C - 43°C, Mesaieed : 30°C - 44°C, Al-Khor: 31°C - 42°C, Abu Samra: 32°C - 37°C, Ruwais: 32°C - 36°C, Dukhan: 32°C - 38°C.
     
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    Just wish to add some related information on Qatar weather.

    Doha has a hot desert climate. The area within 40 km of this station is covered by oceans and seas (91%), lakes and rivers (5%), and built-up areas (3%).
     

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