After a cold, rainy weekend, the week will start with snow in some regions and thunderstorms across other regions in Morocco.
Rabat – The National Meteorological Directorate (DMN) predicts thunderstorms and rainy, overcast conditions in Morocco on Monday, January 21.
Saiss, the Mediterranean, the northern coasts, the High and Middle Atlas, and north of the Oriental, will experience rainfall and thunderstorms today.
Cold weather is in store for the oriental, the reliefs, the Highlands, and the southeastern regions.
Cloudy skies and scattered rain will sweep all of the Phosphates Plateaus, Oulmes, the coasts, and the central plains, on Monday morning especially.
The High and Middle Atlas, and the eastern highlands will also experience snowfall of approximately 1 meter and 6 centimeters. Meanwhile, the southern provinces will witness blowing dust and sand.
Moderate to strong winds are ahead in Saiss, the Atlas region, the western and northern areas of the Oriental, the Mediterranean, and the southern regions.
The temperature lows are between -4 and 1 degrees Celsius in the reliefs of the Atlas and south of the Oriental; 1 and 7 degrees Celsius in Saiss, the Rif region, the southeast, Oulmes, the eastern highlands, and the Phosphates Plateaus; 7 and 13 degrees Celsius in Souss, the northern and central plains, the Mediterranean, the northeastern regions, and the interior areas of the southern provinces; and 13 and 17 degrees Celsius in the western part of the southern provinces.
The temperature highs range from 2 to 8 degrees Celsius in the reliefs; 8 to 14 degrees Celsius in Saiss, Tangier, the Oriental, Oulmes, and the Phosphates Plateaus; 14 to 20 degrees Celsius in the central and northern plains and coasts, Souss, the Mediterranean, the southeast, and north of the southern provinces; and from 20 to 26 degrees Celsius in the southern provinces.