The forecast expects cloudy moments with showers and thunderstorms over the northeastern provinces in the south.
Rabat – Morocco’s national Meteorological Directorate (DMN) forecasts scourging temperature in the southeast this Sunday, August 4.
DMN’s forecast says that the highest temperature will range between 39 and 46 degrees Celsius and are expected to hit the southeast and the extreme south.
Temperatures of 20 and 265 degrees Celsius are also expected near the central coast, while temperatures of 32 and 39 degrees are expected in the east, the Saiss, the Rif, and Tangier regions.
Minimum temperatures of 23 and 28 degrees Celsius are expected in the east, southeast and extreme south. Temperatures ranging between 28 and 33 are expected in southeast.
The DMN is also expecting cloudy moments with showers and thunderstorms over the northeastern regions of the south.
The DMN issued a heatwave alert on July 31. The office said that the heatwave will hit several regions across Morocco from July 31 to August 4.
Throughout the month of June and July, Morocco experienced several heatwaves of high temperatures.