Muscat: There are chances that maximum temperatures in the coastal areas of the Sea of Oman and the coasts of the Arabian Sea may be in the late 40s with a possibility of crossing the 50ºC at times, starting today until Tuesday, May 24.
According to Oman Meteorology, minimum temperatures will be between the mid-thirties and the middle of the forties.
Oman Meteorology has warned of high temperatures in the mid-forties in areas like Amerat (46ºC) Bausher (45ºC), Wadi al Maawil (45ºC), and Al Awabi (44ºC).
Dima Wa Al Taeen was the hottest place in the country with maximum temperatures of (49.9ºC) during the last 24 hours.
It has urged people to take necessary measures to avoid sunstrokes and heat exhaustion, especially workers who are exposed to sunlight and high temperatures.
Companies should take proper care and train workers train workers to avoid exposure to the sun and ensure they get enough rest periods to take drink water.