Temperatures will continue to dip with cloudy conditions and some rainfall is likely leading up to the weekend.
The winds will pick up toward the afternoon, according to the National Centre for Meteorology and Seismology (NCMS).
Fog and mist could form over central and western areas over the next two days.
Humidity will rise at night and during the early hours over coastal and internal areas. The maximum humidity would be 70 to 85 per cent across coastal regions, between 75 to 90 per cent in internal areas and 55 to 75 per cent in the mountains.
Temperatures will range from 15 to 33°C in the interior regions, 20 to 32°C along the coast and 12 to 25°C in the mountains.
The highest temperature recorded on Tuesday was 34.2°C in Sweihan.