Normal summer conditions will prevail on Monday in the highlands and the plains, with temperatures hovering around their annual average, while it will be hot in other parts of Kingdom, the Jordan Meteorological Department said in its daily brief.
Low-altitude clouds are also expected to appear in the northern and central areas of the country, with northwesterly moderate to active winds, the JMD added.
Tuesday is forecast to bring in similar weather conditions, while Wednesday will see a slight dip in mercury levels so the weather will turn to be relatively hot in most regions, the Department predicted.
In Amman and other highlands, north and south, daytime mercury levels will range between 27 and 32 degrees. In the late afternoon and evening hours, cooler weather is forecast as temperatures slide to around 22 and even 16 in the northern cities. Highs in Aqaba will reach 40 degrees, while lows will stand at 25 at night.