Rabat - Significant snowfall is expected on Monday and Tuesday in several regions of Morocco. Snow will accompany a cold wave, which will continue until Wednesday.
Rabat – Significant snowfall is expected on Monday and Tuesday in several regions of Morocco. Snow will accompany a cold wave, which will continue until Wednesday.
This was announced on Saturday in a special bulletin. The snowfall will concern Ifrane, Sefrou, Boulemane, Midelt, Khenifra, El Hajeb, Beni Mellal, Azilal, Al Haouz, the Taounate reliefs, Al Hoceima, Chaoune, Eastern High Plateaux, Taourirte, Figuig and Jerada.
According to the same source, a cold wave will affect the following regions: Boulemane, Ifrane, Azrou and Midelt from Monday through Wednesday. The minimum temperature will range between -9 and -1 degrees Celsius, while the maximum temperature will range between 5 and 10 degrees.
This cold wave also concerns Khénifra, Azilal, Sefrou, Jerada, El Hajeb, Taza, Oujda, Khouribga, Meknes, Fez, Beni Mellal Khemisset, Al Houaz, Gurecif, Berkane, Taourirt, Al Hoceima, Taounate, Chefchaouen, Figuig, Errachidia and Ouarzazate, where minimum temperatures will range between -01 and 04 degrees Celsius. Maximum temperatures will range between 5 and 10 degrees.
The situation will result in strong winds in the east of the country, with an intensity of 60/80 kilometers per hour. These winds will be accompanied by rain and heavy showers in the regions of Chefchaouen and Ouezzane on Sunday and in the High Atlas on Monday.
Edited by Kelsey Fish