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Visibility in Bahrain forecast to improve

Manama, March 13, 2014

The visibility in some areas of Bahrain affected due to rising dust is expected to gradually improve today and normal temperature is forecast for the next two days, Ministry of Transportation's acting director of meteorology Adel Daham said.
 
It follows the low visibility in some areas due to rising dust caused by moderate to high southerly to south-westerly wind, said a report in the Gulf Daily News (GDN), our sister publication..
 
There was low visibility of up to 1,200m at Bahrain International Airport. The maximum temperature was 35C.
 
Wind direction shifted to northwesterly in the evening with an increase of wind speed.
 
Moderate north-westerly wind will prevail during the day today, he said.
 
Bahrain is usually affected by unsettled weather conditions during spring due to the fast movement of troughs in the lower and medium levels of the atmosphere.
 
The average maximum temperature for March is 24.7C and the average minimum is 17.8C, with average precipitation of 14.0 mm. - TradeArabia News Service



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