Brace for another cold spell from Sunday: QMD Jan 23, 2020 0 1070 12345 A cold spell is expected to affect the country from Sunday and is likely to last for several days, according to the Qatar Meteorology Department (QMD). In a statement issued on Wednesday, the QMD attributed the possible cold spell to an extension of a high pressure system over the region accompanied by northwesterly fresh to strong wind especially on Sunday and Monday.Maximum temperatures expected to drop during the cold spell ranging between 14 to 17°C and the minimum between 5 to 12°C across the country. Wind speeds are expected to range between 15 to 25 kt with gusts exceeding 30 kt inshore and reaching 40 kt offshore causing blowing dust and poor visibility below 3 km in some areas. The QMD has urged all to take extra care, avoid marine activities as well as to follow latest updates through it’s official social media accounts. (QNA) RELATED ARTICLES Qatari climber scales highest mountain in Antarctica Jan 23, 2020 0 463 Deputy Amir meets Kuwaiti official Jan 23, 2020 0 582 Amir to patronise Police College graduation today Jan 23, 2020 0 545 QA looking to expand its network in China: Baker Satyendra Pathak Doha Qatar Airways (QA) is looking to grow its business further in China by expanding the network in the country. Talking to Qatar Tribune on the sidelines of a Shop Qatar event to mark the Chinese New Year .. 500 electric car charging stations in first phase A tender of Qatar General Electricity and Water Corporation (Kahramaa) has specified the implementation of the first phase of the network of electric vehicle charging stations with international technical .. Cabinet okays draft law on doping QNA Doha The Cabinet on Wednesday approved a draft law on doping in the field of sport. The Ministry of Culture and Sports has prepared the draft law in the framework of upgrading the Qatari sports system in line with .. Necessary steps taken against new China virus: MoPH Tribune News Network Doha The Ministry of Public Health (MoPH) has announced that it has taken all necessary precautions to cope with the emerging coronavirus, which emerged appeared in China and has spread to several ..