QMD warns of thunderstorm and strong wind

  • 2 years   ago
QMD warns of thunderstorm and strong wind

Weather inshore until 6 pm on Monday will be halfway shady to shady with a shot of dispersed downpour might be thundery and slight residue to blowing dust at spots now and again, the Department of Meteorology said in its daily meteorological forecast, cautioning of a normal rainstorm and solid breeze at certain zones. 

Seaward, it will be overcast with scattered rain perhaps thundery now and again, getting to be dust later, the report stated, cautioning of expected thunder rain with solid breeze and high ocean. 


The department said that disrupted climate conditions will proceed until March 27 because of the augmentation of a low-weight framework over the area. There are odds of scattered rain of variable power with thunder and wind expected to top between Tuesday night and Wednesday morning. 

In the mean time, in its day by day report, it included that breeze inshore will be southeasterly to northeasterly 14 to 24 hitch blasting to 32 tie at spots. 

Seaward, it will be southeasterly to easterly 20 to 30 hitch, blasting to 45knot at certain spots with thunder rain. 

Visibility will be 4 to 08/03 kilometers or less at spots now and again. 

Ocean state inshore will be 3 to 4 feet, ascends to 5 feet with thunder rain. Seaward, it will be 5 to 10 feet, ascends to 14 feet at certain spots with thunder rain.