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Weather Report - Conditions for Muscat, MU at 12:50 am GST
Currently 32°C
High 38°C
Low 29°C

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Fri Sunny
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Sun Sunny
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Mon Sunny
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High 38°C
Low 29°C
Wind Chill 32°C
Wind Speed 3.22 km/h
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Sunrise 5:44 am
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Latitude 23.58
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<FONT color=#FF6600>Muscat Sports Oman 5-Aside Football Tournament Muscat Sports Oman 5-Aside Football Tournament
Muscat Sports Oman 5-Aside Football Tournament is an event intended to take place annually. Its objective is to establish an environment where a great number of good football players in Oman can meet under the same umbrella. An umbrella that gives everyone an opportunity to play the most popular sport ......

Muscat Sports Oman 5-Aside Football Tournament 2008 starts in July.

 

 

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