The Meteorological Office has forecasted that there may be chances of light to thundery rain on Wednesday also over some areas following scattered rain on Tuesday.
While strong wind at time during thundery rain formation is expected inshore, the offshore forecast is strong wind and high seas to the east.
The report shows satellite images that indicate widespread cloud cover Central Arabian Peninsula due to the passage of Intertropical Convergence Zone (ITCZ) over the region.
ITCZ is a meeting line between northwesterly wind and easterly moist wind that result in rising currents of air leading to formations of convective rainy clouds.
In addition to ITCZ over the region, the weather balloon launched from Hamad International Airport on Tuesday dawn indicated the presence of relative cold advection in the upper levels of the atmosphere, which helped the formation of thundery clouds with scattered light to moderate rain.
The maximum temperature expected on Wednesday is 41C (Mesaieed, Wakrah, Doha, Abu Samra), followed by 40C (Al Khor, Dukhan) and 38C ( Ruwais). The minimum temperature of 32C is forecast at Abu Samra, followed by 33C (Al Khor, Ruwais, Dukhan) and 34C (Mesaieed, Wakrah, Doha).