Al-Zaaq: After approximately 60 days, Iraq, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, and Libya will begin competing for the warmest degrees in the world.

2024-05-21 2024-05-21T10:18:33Z
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Arabia Weather - Meteorologist Dr. Khaled Saleh Al-Zaaq said that we have begun the phase of gradual rise in temperatures during these days. Al-Zaaq explained that this rise will continue for 90 days, and temperatures will not decrease until the second star of Suhail enters in mid-September.

He added in a video he posted on his “X” account that after about 60 days, Iraq, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, and Libya will begin competing to record the highest temperatures in the world for about 40 days during the “Al-Marzam, Al-Talebin, and Suhail” periods.

Al-Zaaq pointed out that we are currently observing large temperature differences between day and night, which causes high humidity on the coasts and leads to the beginning of the movement of winds that stir up dust and dirt and form heavy rain clouds that may be overwhelming, and if these clouds clear, temperatures rise significantly to become scorching, he says. Public: “Oh, drown or burn.”

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