Muscat: Coastal and mountainous areas of Dhofar Governorate are expected to receive scattered rain from Thursday through Monday, as reported by the Oman Meteorology department.
The eastern and central Hajar Mountains (Al Dakhiliyah, and Muscat) are expected to get isolated rains, including occasional thunderstorms in parts of North and South Sharqiyah.
The governorates of Al Dhahirah, Al Dakhiliyah, North Al Sharqiyah, South Al Sharqiyah, South Al Batinah, North Al Batinah, and Al Buraimi will get rain starting from Thursday until Sunday.
Muscat (Seeb station) had a temperature of around 38℃, which was relatively milder compared to the last three days.
Suhar recorded the highest temperature 47.4℃ on Tuesday followed by Quriyyat (47.3℃) and Liwa (46.9℃) as the coastal areas of the Sea of Oman witnessed a noticeable rise in temperatures during the past 24 hours.
Nizwa (43℃), Bidbid (44℃), Rustaq (42℃), and Salalah ((33℃) while in the capital Seeb ((42℃) and Amerat ((45℃) were the hottest places on Tuesday.
Temperatures are likely to come down marginally to around 40℃ in some cities during the course of the week, the met official said.