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The weather will be changeable cloudy and occasionally gloomy, in Baku and Absheron peninsula on August 15.

Axar.az reports citing the National Hydrometeorology Department of the Ministry of Ecology and Natural Resources short-term light rain is expected in some places in the morning.

Occasionally the stronger north-west wind will blow. The temperature on the Absheron peninsula will be +21+23 C at night, +24+26 C in the daytime. In Baku, +21+23 C at night, +24+26 C in the daytime.

Atmospheric pressure will rise from 755 mm Hg to 759 mm Hg, and relative humidity will make 65-75%.

North-west wind will blow on Absheron beaches. Coastal water temperature will be +22 +23 C at the northern Sumgayit, Novkhani, Pirshagi, Nardaran, Bilgah, Zagulba beaches, +23 +24 C at Turkan, Hovsan, Sahil, Shikh beaches.

The lightning, occasional and hail are expected in some northern and western areas. It will be foggy in the mountains in the morning. West wind will blow and occasionally intensify in some places.

The temperature will be +18 +23 C at night, +27+32 C in the daytime. In the mountains, +10+15 C at night, +15+19 C in the daytime.

On August 15, the temperature is expected to be close to normal against the background of the intensifying Khazri wind on the Absheron Peninsula, which is mainly favourable for sensitive people.

Date
2020.08.14 / 16:14
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Axar.az
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