Strong winds will start from 6:00 a.m on Friday until midnight in several regions across Morocco.
Rabat – Morocco’s National Directorate of Meteorology has warned of heavy rainfall and strong bursts of wind on Friday, November 22 across several Moroccan provinces.
The special notice forecasts a strong wind of 75/95 kilometer per hour. The wind will hit northern Morocco, particularly affecting Tangier Asilah, M’diq-Fnideq, Tetouan, Larache, Chefchaouen, Al Hoceima, and Ouzzane.
The weather office said that the provinces affected will also include Nador and Taza.
Strong southwest winds of 55/70 kilometer per hour are expected to hit the Saiss, the Mediterranean, northeast, El Jadida, Oulmes, and the Middle Atlas from 6:00 a.m. on November 21 until midnight.
The weather office’s special notice also forecasts heavy rainfall from noon to midnight on Friday in Chefchaouen, Larache, Ouzzane, Tetouan, Taounate, FahsèAnjra, and Tangier-Asilah provinces.
The special note is part of the weather office’s daily forecasts across Morocco. The North African country is experiencing a cold snap during the winter season. The severe weather urged the government to put in place measures to cope with the effects and consequences of the bad weather, particularly affecting people living in mountainous areas.