A very hot air mass will affect eastern Jordan and Syria on Thursday, accompanied by a deep and dry superficial depression.
Accordingly, temperatures are expected to rise significantly in the eastern part of the Levant, touching the greatest (40) Celsius in the Jordanian Badia, and breaking the (45) Celsius barrier in the eastern governorates of Syria, especially Deir Ezzor.
Since the hot mass will be accompanied by a sharp decrease in the values of atmospheric pressure, the southern and eastern winds will be vigorously active in the Badia of the Levant and will stir up dust and desert dust in a crazy way, starting with a small amount in eastern Jordan, then moving to Syria more sharply, to turn into a heavy sandstorm. In Deir ez-Zor, Hasaka, Aleppo, and eastern Homs.
The following picture shows the extent of air pollution with desert dust expected on Thursday evening