A heat wave is expected to hit some areas of Morocco on Monday from 2 am to 11 pm, announces the National Meteorological Directorate.
Rabat – The National Meteorological Directorate (DMN) reports a heat wave is due to start on Monday, July 22, in Morocco.
In a special weather report, DMN reports that maximum temperatures from 43 to 46 degrees celsius are expected from next Wednesday, July 24, to Friday, July 26, in the provinces of Taroudant, Tata, Assa-Zag, Smara, Aousserd, Boujdour Interior, and Oued Eddahab.
The weather office said that temperatures between 42 and 44 degrees Celsius degrees are expected in Khouribga provinces, Fqih Ben Saleh, Beni Mellal, Kelaat Sraghna, Rhamna, Marrakech, Youssoufia and Guelmim, from Wednesday to Thursday..
Maximum temperatures could reach 40/42 degrees Celsius on Wednesday and Thursday in Guercif, Boulemane, Taza, Sefrou, Moulay Yaakoub, Fez, El Hajeb, Settat, Agadir-Ida-Outanane, Inzegane-Ait Melloul and Zagora provinces, concludes the DMN.
Don’t forget to drink water.