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Weather forecast: Partly cloudy to clear conditions, rise in temperature

Clear to partly cloudy and relatively cold conditions are expected in the evening.

Jerusalem24 – According to the Palestinian Meteorological Department (PMD), weather today is clear to partly cloudy and relatively cold in mountainous districts and mild to warm in other districts in daytime with a rise in temperature, which though remains below the seasonal average.

Clear to partly cloudy and relatively cold conditions are expected in the evening. Light to moderate northwesterly to northeasterly wind blows in daytime, while northwesterly to southeasterly wind blows in nighttime. Sea waves are low.

Temperature in Jerusalem and Bethlehem is expected to reach a high of 18°C and a low of 9°C and in Ramallah and Hebron a high of 17°C and a low of 8°C. In Jericho, the Dead Sea, and the Jordan Valley temperature is expected to reach a high of 27°C and a low of 16°C, while it is expected to reach a high of 20°C and a low of 10°C in Gaza and the coastal areas.

Wednesday’s temperature is set to significantly rise and become a little above the seasonal average, paving the way to clear to partly cloudy and mild conditions in mountainous districts and warm to relatively hot conditions in other districts in daytime. Slightly to relatively cold conditions are expected in nighttime.

Thursday’s temperature is set to further rise and approach 4 to 5°C above the seasonal average, paving the way to mostly clear and warm conditions in most districts and hot conditions in the Jordan Valley.

A further slight rise is expected in temperature on Friday with mostly clear and relatively hot conditions in most districts and hot conditions in the Jordan Valley.

Mohammad Hamayel

Ramallah based journalist, Mohammad graduated from Al-Quds University with a B.A. in Media and Television. He has covered the 2015 Jerusalem Intifada as well as the Great March of Return for international media outlets. currently an editor/presenter at Jerusalem24. A UN alumni and a follower of global events and politics, especially American affairs.

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