Amman, Sep. 18 (Petra) — Monday’s weather update of the Jordan Meteorological Department (JMD) presented a picture of varied temperatures across the country. While the mountainous regions and plains are expected to enjoy mild conditions, the Jordan Valley, the Dead Sea, and Aqaba are gearing up for a day of scorching heat.
Meteorologists also note that the prevailing winds, blowing from the northwest, will carry a moderate breeze, with intermittent gusts, particularly in desert areas.
The weather conditions will maintain their mild character on Tuesday, as the temperature will remain moderate over the mountainous terrain and plains, while the Jordan Valley, the Dead Sea, and Aqaba will continue to experience higher temperatures. Wind patterns are anticipated to persist in a northwesterly direction, maintaining moderate speed and sporadically escalating in desert locales.
As we advance into Wednesday and Thursday, the weather forecast continues to favor moderate temperatures across the mountainous regions and plains. However, hot conditions are projected to prevail in lower regions. The northwesterly winds are also forecast to continue at a moderate pace, with intermittent dust storms potentially affecting the eastern part of the kingdom.
Today’s peak temperatures will be between 31 and 29 degrees Celsius in Amman and various highlands throughout the Kingdom, with lows of 19C or even 17C in the southern highlands at night. The Gulf city of Aqaba will have scorching weather, with highs of 38C and lows of 26C.