Weather Forecast: Varied Temperatures Across Morocco on July 7th

The General Directorate of Meteorology has issued its daily weather bulletin for various cities across the Kingdom of Morocco for July 7th. The forecast indicates a clear variation in temperatures between coastal and inland areas.

In the northeast, Oujda records the highest temperature among northern cities with a maximum of 28°C and a minimum of 18°C. Nador will experience temperatures ranging between 21°C and 24°C.

In the northwest, temperatures in Tangier and Rabat are similar, ranging between 17°C and 22°C, with some clouds expected in Rabat.

In central Morocco, Casablanca will see moderate temperatures between 17°C and 21°C with a possibility of some clouds. Inland, temperatures rise noticeably, reaching a maximum of 30°C and a minimum of 16°C in Fez, while Meknes will see a high of 29°C and a low of 17°C.

Southern inland areas record the highest temperatures, with Marrakech reaching a maximum of 32°C and a minimum of 16°C, and Errachidia hitting a high of 33°C and a low of 18°C.

On the southern coast, Agadir will experience moderate temperatures between 15°C and 25°C. In the southern Sahara, Laayoune will see temperatures between 17°C and 26°C with some cloud cover possible, while Dakhla’s temperatures will range from 16°C to 21°C.

The General Directorate of Meteorology advises citizens to take necessary precautions, especially in areas experiencing high temperatures, and to stay informed about the latest weather updates.

This forecast highlights the diverse climate across Morocco, from the cooler coastal areas to the hotter inland regions, reflecting the country’s varied geography. It also emphasizes the importance of weather awareness, particularly during the summer months when temperature differences can be significant across different parts of the country.

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