The national weather service is forecasting a chance of rain across the country over the next three days.
According to the National Centre of Meteorology, the amount of clouds will build up throughout Saturday. The clouds “may become convective with rainfall of different intensities,” the NCMS said.
Temperatures are expected to reach a high of 30°C along the coast and 28°C in other parts of the country. The lowest temperature recorded over the country on Saturday morning was 12.7°C in Jais Mountain at 1:30am.
Wind speeds will pick up, blowing from 16 to 30 km/h along the coast, and gusting to 55 km/h at times. This will lead to a build-up of dust, reduced visibility and stirring up the seas.
By Sunday, the weather is expected to become “unstable” as the clouds coverage increases.
Monday calls for much of the same weather conditions, especially for the northern and eastern parts of the country.