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Cold Snap, Rain, and Violent Wind Persist Today in Morocco



(MENAFN - Morocco World News) Rabat – The weather forecast for today once again threatens rain, strong winds, and snowfall, according to the National Meteorological Directorate.

Dense clouds and stormy weather persist across the country, including the northern plains, the Souss, the reliefs of the Atlas and their western plains, the interior regions, the Rif and the western Mediterranean, the south of the High Atlas and the northwest of the country.

The directorate states that cloudy skies and rain will cover the northern provinces south and east of the Mediterranean.

Up to 1,500 m of snowfall is expected in the High and Middle Atlas.

The Atlantic plains, and southeastern and southern provinces will experience blowing dust and sand.

Meanwhile, strong to violent winds are expected to sweep southwest on Atlantic coasts and plains, Tangier, Rif, Mediterranean, Saiss, Atlas, and Oriental regions, while moderate to strong winds moving from south to west will occur throughout most of the remaining regions.

Minimum temperatures today range from 00 to 05 °C on the reliefs of the Atlas; from 05 to 10 °C in the Oriental, the Rif and the phosphate plateaus,and Oulmes; from 10 to 15 °C on the Mediterranean shore, the Tangérois, the Saiss, the northern plains, the plains west of the Atlas and the southeast slopes; and 15 to 20 °C in the Atlantic plains center, the Souss, the central coasts and the southern provinces.

On the other hand, maximum temperatures will vary between 05 to 10 °C on the reliefs; 10 to 15 °C on the phosphate plateaus and Oulmes; 10 to 20 °C on the Mediterranean coasts, Oriental, Tangérois, the Saiss, the plains, the Souss, and the central regions; 20 to 25 °C in the southeast, southern coasts, and north of the Saharan provinces; and from 25 to 29 °C in the south of the southern provinces.

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Cold Snap, Rain, and Violent Wind Persist Today in Morocco

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