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The weather conditions expected in Azerbaijan on June 18 have been announced in Azerbaijan.

Axar.az reports that according to the National Hydrometeorology Department of the Ministry of Ecology and Natural Resources, tomorrow the weather in Baku and Absheron peninsula will be cloudy.

Mild north-west wind will intensify. The temperature will be 20-24C at night, 28-33C in the afternoon, 21-23C in Baku at night, 31-33C in the afternoon.

Atmospheric pressure will be 756 mm mercury column that is below normal. Relative humidity will be 60-65% at night, 30-35% in the afternoon.

The expected weather conditions in Absheron beaches have also been announced. Thus, on the northern beaches: (Sumgayit, Novkhani, Pirshaghi, Nardaran, Bilgah, Zagulba) the north-west wind will blow. The temperature of seawater will be 21-22C. On the southern beaches: (Turkan, Hovsan, Sahil, Shikh) the north-west wind will blow. The sea water temperature will be 23-24C.

The weather will be mainly rainless in Azerbaijan's regions on June 18. But in the evening there will be lightning and rain in some northern and western regions. There is a possibility that there will be some torrential rainfall in some places.

West wind will intensify in some places. The temperature will be 18-23C at night, 33-38C in the afternoon, 15-20C in the mountains at night, 21-26C in the afternoon.

Date
2019.06.17 / 15:36
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Axar.az
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