DETAILS - Warm week ahead in Jordan

Weather

Published: 2024-05-21 10:51

Last Updated: 2024-06-18 22:14


King Talal Dam in Jerash Governorate. (March 10, 2024) (Photo: martinrobi07/wikiloc)
King Talal Dam in Jerash Governorate. (March 10, 2024) (Photo: martinrobi07/wikiloc)

Today, Tuesday, temperatures are around their normal averages for this time of the year, with warm weather prevailing in most areas and relatively hot to hot conditions in the Badia, Jordan Valley, Dead Sea, and Aqaba regions. Winds will be northwesterly, moderate to active in speed, causing dust disturbances, especially in desert areas – according to the Jordan Meteorological Department.

Tomorrow, Wednesday, weather will remain warm in most areas, relatively hot to hot in the Badia, Jordan Valley, Dead Sea, and Aqaba regions. Winds will be northwesterly, moderate in speed, occasionally picking up dust, particularly in desert areas.

On Thursday, there will be a slight increase in temperatures, with warm weather over mountainous areas and relatively hot conditions elsewhere. Clouds will form at medium and high altitudes, and winds will be northwesterly, moderate in speed, occasionally causing dust stirring, especially in desert areas.

On Friday, there will be a noticeable drop in temperatures, reaching below the normal averages for this time of year by about (2-3) degrees Celsius. The weather will be mild in most areas and relatively hot in the Badia, Jordan Valley, Dead Sea, and Aqaba regions, with clouds appearing at low altitudes in the north and central parts of the kingdom. Winds will be northwesterly, moderate to brisk, occasionally causing dust disturbances, especially in desert areas.

The maximum and minimum temperatures in East Amman today range between 30-19 degrees Celsius, in West Amman 28-17, in the northern highlands 26-16, in the Sharah Mountains 27-15, in the Badia regions 35-18, in the plains 30-19, in the northern Jordan Valley 38-18, in the southern Jordan Valley 39-23, in the Dead Sea 39-22, and in Aqaba Gulf 41-22 degrees Celsius.