It is advisable for people to take some precautions as the country’s Met Department has predicted strong winds, dusty conditions and a drop in visibility on Sunday and Monday.
In addition to it, the Met Department has also warned against marine activities due to chances of high waves and choppy seas, according to Gulf Times.
In a report, the Met department said northwesterly fresh to strong winds are expected to affect the country between Sunday evening and Monday evening.
The speed of the wind will range from 15 to 25 knots, reaching 28 knots at times. It will lead to blowing dust and a drop in visibility to 3km or less in some areas.
The Met department has urged people to be cautious and avoid sea activities until Tuesday.
Meanwhile, the Met report also pointed out that the northwesterly winds will cause the temperature to return to its regular average levels for this time of the year.
Sunday’s detailed forecast says hazy to misty/foggy conditions are expected in some places in the early hours of the day, followed by a relatively hot day and scattered clouds. Slight to blowing dust is likely in some areas by the evening, along with poor visibility and strong winds.
The minimum and maximum temperatures in Doha are expected to be 19C and 31C on Sunday.