The Meteorological Directorate forecasts a partly cloudy weather at times with rising sand in places but cold at first.
Wind: Northwesterly 17 to 22 knots, reaching 22 to 27 knots at times but decreasing 12 to 17 knots by evening.
Temperature: Maximum: 20 degrees Celsius and minimum: 12 degrees Celsius.
Humidity: 75% and minimum: 40%.
Sea waves: 2 to 3 feet inshore, 4 to 6 feet offshore.
For more info and updates: www.bahrainweather.gov.bh
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