SAWT BEIRUT INTERNATIONAL

| 29 May 2022, Sunday |

Temperatures to rise further… How will the weather be on this weekend?

It affects Lebanon today, stable and mild spring weather with stable temperatures, which are moderate during the day and slightly cold at night, especially on the mountains, while hot masses affect Lebanon on Saturday and Sunday with dusty winds.

Today’s weather details are as follows:

1- The temperature on the coast ranges between 15 and 26 degrees, in areas between 8 and 24 degrees, and at 1000 meters between 10 and 22 degrees.
2- The weather: sunny in general
3- Winds: Weak northwest, with speeds between 20 and 30 km/hr
4- Surface humidity recorded on the coast between 50 and 80%
5- The atmospheric pressure recorded a coast of 1019 hpa
6- The vision is good
7- The sea is low, the wave height is low and the water surface temperature is 21 degrees.

Details of the weather for the next two days are as follows:

Saturday: Hot, dry and cloudy weather with high clouds and temperatures rising and ranging between 19 and 31 degrees on the coast, between 14 and 33 spots and between 17 and 29 degrees at the 1000 metres, while the winds are easterly northwest, weak and their speed is between 20 and 30 km/h, active at night 70 km/h and the weather permeates Layers of dust in the evening with the possibility of muddy rain showers between Saturday night and Sunday morning, especially on the mountains and the interior.

Sunday: Warm, dry and partly cloudy weather with high clouds, and the temperature drops and ranges between 19 and 28 degrees on the coast, between 14 and 29 spots and between 17 and 26 degrees at the 1000 metres, while the winds are easterly northwesterly weak and their speed is between 20 and 30 km/hr, active in the morning 70 km/hr. And the air is permeated with layers of dust, with the possibility of muddy rain showers on Sunday morning, especially on the mountains and the interior. As for the humidity, it rises in the evening and fog forms on the mountains.

 

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