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KUWAIT: A young boy plays in a fountain to cool off during a heat wave, at the Mubarakiya Market in this file photo.  - Photo by Yasser Al-Zayyat
KUWAIT: A young boy plays in a fountain to cool off during a heat wave, at the Mubarakiya Market in this file photo. - Photo by Yasser Al-Zayyat

Heat, humidity, dust predicted

KUWAIT: The director of the Meteorological Department, Abdulaziz Al-Qarawi, said that the weather during the weekend will be very hot during the day and hot at night, with a relative increase in humidity in the coastal areas. Al-Qarawi told the Kuwait News Agency (KUNA) that the country is affected by the extension of the Indian monsoon, accompanied by a hot and sometimes relatively humid air mass. Al-Qarawi added that the weather will be very hot with the winds fluctuating from light-to-moderate speed, which is sometimes active from 8 to 42 kilometers per hour.

KUWAIT:  Photo shows the Kuwait coastline along the Arabian Gulf.  The director of the Meteorological Department, Abdulaziz Al-Qarawi, said that the weather during the weekend will be very hot during the day and hot at night, with a relative increase in humidity in the coastal areas. – KUNA
KUWAIT: Photo shows the Kuwait coastline along the Arabian Gulf. The director of the Meteorological Department, Abdulaziz Al-Qarawi, said that the weather during the weekend will be very hot during the day and hot at night, with a relative increase in humidity in the coastal areas. – KUNA

There will be a chance of dust in the western regions, and the expected maximum temperatures will be between 47 and 50 degrees Celsius, while the sea will witness a light-to-moderate wave from 1 to 4 feet. It is expected that the weather tonight will be hot and relatively humid in the coastal areas. Saturday will also be relatively hot and humid, especially in coastal areas, with north-west winds turning south-east (between 10 and 35 kilometers per hour). The maximum temperature will be between 45 and 47. Saturday night will be moderately hot and humid, too. — KUNA

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