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February record as third hottest in Bahrain

MANAMA, March 4, 2015

Last month has gone on record as the third hottest February in Bahrain since 1902.

The average temperature of the month was 19.8C, which is 1.9C above the long-term normal for February, said the Meteorological Directorate at the Transportation and Telecommunications Ministry.

The highest temperature recorded was 29.8C on February 17, while the average minimum temperature was 17.2C, said a report in the Gulf Daily News (GDN), our sister publication.

Bahrain also experienced four days where the temperature fell to below 15C.

Last month also went on record as the third sunniest February since sunshine records began in 1968. Fog covered the country on February 4, and a dust haze was witnessed on February 22. - TradeArabia News Service




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