17 February 2017 16:11 (UTC+04:00)
By Laman Ismayilova
Falling temperatures could turn mild Friday into wild Saturday for drivers as surfaces freeze over.
A messy mix of freezing drizzle, ice pellets and light snow is expected to descend on Baku Friday night.
The Ecology and natural Recourses Ministry warned to prepare for a slick and slippery driving conditions lasting through to Saturday morning.
Cloudy and mainly rainless weather is forecast for February 18, while north-west wind will be replaced with south-west wind in the afternoon.
The temperature will be 2-5 degrees of frost at night, +2-5˚C in daytime in Absheron peninsula, 2-4 degrees of frost at night, +3-5˚C in the daytime in Baku. Relative humidity will be 80-90%.
In the regions of Azerbaijan, the weather will be mainly rainless in most regions.
West wind will blow and intensify in some places. The temperature will be 2-7 degrees of frost at night, +3-6˚C in daytime, 9-14 degrees of frost in mountains at night, 0-5 degrees of frost in daytime.
The roads will freeze.
Laman Ismayilova is AzerNews’ staff journalist, follow her on Twitter: @Lam_Ismayilova
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