Arab Weather - The Kingdom has been affected for several days by a hot summer atmosphere as a result of the effects of a hot air mass coming from the Arabian Peninsula, where its effects are expected to continue at the end of the week and also during the weekend.
The temperatures are about 5 to 7 degrees Celsius higher than their annual averages, and relatively hot weather prevails in the high mountains, while it is hot in the plains, the valleys, the Dead Sea, Aqaba, the eastern region and the desert, and quantities of medium and high clouds appear daily in the afternoon and afternoon in the eastern region. And the south may work with sporadic thunderstorms of rain.
Light to moderate westerly winds blow in all regions of the Kingdom. These winds work at high levels of surface humidity, especially at night hours, and moderate weather prevails at night in the mountains and plains, warm in the rest of the regions.