The National Center of Meteorology has affirmed that the country is currently experiencing the effects of a surface air depression extending from the east, alongside a surface air high from the west.
Additionally, there is a weak air depression in the upper atmospheric layers. Today's weather is described as partly cloudy, with low clouds observed in specific regions, particularly in the northern and eastern areas. It is expected to become humid at night until tomorrow morning, with the potential formation of mist or light mist in some inland and coastal areas.
Winds are forecasted to be light to moderate, occasionally becoming active over the sea. The sea conditions are characterized by medium to light waves in the Arabian Gulf and light waves in the Sea of Oman.
Tomorrow's weather is anticipated to be fair to partly cloudy, with cloud coverage gradually increasing overnight until Sunday morning, particularly on the islands and certain western and coastal areas. There is a possibility of rain, and temperatures are expected to rise. Winds will predominantly be northeasterly to southeasterly, ranging from light to moderate speeds, occasionally becoming active, with speeds reaching up to 35 km/h over the sea. The sea conditions are expected to feature light to medium waves in the Arabian Gulf and the Sea of Oman.
Sunday is predicted to experience unstable weather conditions, characterized by partly cloudy to cloudy skies with scattered cumulus clouds and varying intensity rainfall. Lightning and thunder may occur in isolated areas.
The wind direction is expected to be northeasterly to southeasterly, with light to moderate speeds occasionally becoming active and strong, particularly in association with cloud activity. This may lead to the raising of dust and dirt, resulting in reduced horizontal visibility. Wind speeds may reach up to 50 km/h over the sea, where moderate waves and turbulent conditions are anticipated in both the Arabian Gulf and the Sea of Oman.