Monday, November 21, 2016

Morocco Turns Cold and Wet with Mountain Snow

From today, and for the next week,  Morocco can expect a significant drop in temperatures, according to the National Directorate of Meteorology (DMN)

Lower temperatures will be accompanied by snowfall in the Atlas and an atmospheric depression will generate rain in the northwest before spreading over the Atlantic plains between Tangier and Laayoune.

The northwestern areas of Morocco, the Western Rif and Atlas may be affected by very heavy showers.

This instability is expected to last until the weekend, the DMN said, noting that snowfalls are expected in the High and Middle Atlas from 1500 m.

The next ten days in Fez will be very cool and wet. The details are shown below.


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