The National Weather Bureau (DMN) is planning a relatively hot day on Wednesday, May 1, inland from Souss, the northern and central interior plains, the southeastern and southern parts of the country. The sky will be a little cloudy to clear somewhere else.
Morning and evening low clouds with mist or fog on the shores and plains of the Atlantic and Mediterranean, unstable clouds with rain or thunder in the Atlas Mountains, its neighboring regions, the southeast, the eastern, the Saiss, the plateaus of phosphates and Oulmes and the plains west of the Atlas overflowing the next night on the Rif, the Mediterranean and the plains of the north and dense low clouds with rains scattered on the central coast also planned.
We also expect sand hunting in places south of the east, southeast and north of the southern provinces.
The wind will be strong enough to the east over the sector of Tangier and North in the southern provinces, moderate to fairly strong sector to the south on the south east and southeast and moderate sector from north to west sometimes variable elsewhere.
The minimum temperatures range between 06 and 13 degrees Celsius in the reliefs, between 20 and 27 degrees in the east and south of the southern provinces, the southeast and the interior of Souss and between 13 and 20 degrees generally in other places.
Daytime temperatures range from 18 to 25 degrees Celsius in the reliefs, the Mediterranean and South coasts, between 22 and 29 degrees in the Oriental, the phosphate plateaus, the North and Central Atlantic plains, the Souss, the southern slopes -stest and northwest of the southern provinces and between 29 and 37 degrees in the Saiss, Loukkos, Gharb, Oulmes, the plains of Tadla and Rehamna, the southeast and east and south of the southern provinces.
Finally, the sea will be beautiful for a little busy in the Mediterranean, bit busy busy in Detroit, busy between Casablanca and Tarfaya and bit busy for busy elsewhere.