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On August 5, expected weather conditions were announced in the country.

Axar.az reports the National Hydrometeorology Department of the Ministry of Ecology and Natural Resources,

The weather will be rainless in Baku and Absheron peninsula, strong north-west wind will blow throughout the day.

The temperature will be 20-24 C at night, 26-30 C in the daytime, 22-24 C at night, 27-29 C in the afternoon.

Atmospheric pressure will rise from 7550 mm mercury column below 750 mm mercury column. Relative humidity will be 60-70% at night and 45-55% in the afternoon. Strong north-west wind blows on Absheron beaches.

The temperature of the sea is: 24-25 ° C in the northern beaches - Sumgait, Novkhani, Pirshaghi, Nardaran, Bilgah, Zagulba - 25-26 ° C in the southern beaches.

Medical-meteorological forecast Strong winds are expected in the Absheron peninsula on August 05, which may cause disturbance in meteorological people. In the regions of Azerbaijan the weather will be mainly rainless.

However, in the afternoon, lightning and rain are expected in parts of the Greater and Lesser Caucasus. In some places, there is a chance of showers and thunderstorms. Strong western wind will be strong in some places.

The temperature will be 19-24 C at night, 32-37 C in the afternoon, 13-17 C at night, 19-24 C in the daytime.

Date
2019.08.04 / 15:18
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