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Thunderstorm, heavy rains continue today

  • Thunderstorms, moderate to heavy rain in Doha and elsewhere
  • Thundershowers likely until Monday morning: Met dept
  • Emergency teams promptly responded to the situation: MME
  • Rain did not affect traffic flow as all main roads and tunnels remained open to traffic: Ashghal
  • Noticeable drop in temperature in coming days

Doha and different parts of the nation gotten moderate to overwhelming precipitation Sunday and thundershowers are normal in the early hours Monday also, alongside solid breezes amid the day. 

The Qatar Met office likewise issued a notice for thundery rain in seaward territories at the beginning of today, other than breezy conditions and high oceans. 

As rainstorms were accounted for from around the nation, the Ministry of Municipality and Environment (MME) on Sunday tweeted that "rain crisis groups reacted in a split second to the circumstance and were attempting to empty out water out of streets as fast as could be expected under the circumstances". It additionally prompted individuals to remain refreshed and get data from authority accounts as it were. 

In a prior tweet, the MME said its rain crisis groups had been sent at immensely critical focuses. It gave a rundown of numbers over all regions in the nation and said individuals should "don't hesitate to call the numbers" amid any crisis circumstance, for example, water collection. "We are at your administration every minute of every day. Remain safe," it included. 

The numbers are accessible on the MME's Twitter page. On its part, the Public Works Authority (Ashghal) said Sunday's rain did not influence movement stream as every single primary street and passages stayed open to activity. 

As had been conjecture, parts of the nation - particularly those in the north and west - began encountering tempests and rain from Sunday morning. As the day advanced, the disrupted climate conditions secured more regions around the nation and radiant conditions were supplanted by dim skies in Doha and different places by the evening. 

The showers picked up energy in the city by at a young hour at night, joined by solid breezes and thunderclaps, while perceivability dropped in a few places because of the overall conditions. 

The Met division later tweeted that the Abu Hamour zone of Doha had gotten a sum of 29.1mm of rain until 9pm Sunday. 

While the circumstance was better on real streets and boulevards, occupants said various interior streets were waterlogged after the storm. These included streets in the Mansoura and Hilal territories of Doha, as indicated by sources. 

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