Arabia Weather - Attention turns to the Arabian Sea during the months of October and November with the advent of the second period of tropical activity in the northern Indian Ocean and the Arabian Sea, which is called the season that follows monsoon activity in the Arabian Sea.
The tropical conditions that affect the Arabian Peninsula usually arise in the southeastern Arabian Sea region, and after their formation they have three different possible paths, the first is in the northeast direction, that is, towards India, the second is in the northwest direction, towards Pakistan and the Sultanate of Oman, and the last path is westward, towards India. Yemen and the Horn of Africa.
Tropical conditions are classified according to the speed of the surface winds around the center, and the classification reaches a tropical storm when the speed of the surface winds around the center reaches at least 34 knots, and then a name is given to it, as the naming of tropical conditions over the northern Indian Ocean began in 2004, and reaches Classification into a tropical cyclone if the surface wind speed around the center reaches at least 64 knots.
Category 5 is considered the most dangerous and most destructive hurricane on the scale of hurricanes. Hurricane Gonu, which struck the Sultanate of Oman on June 3, 2007, is considered the most powerful hurricane to have affected the Arab world in modern history.
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