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Arab Sea | Tropical cyclone (Gati) retreated and turned into air turbulence

طقس العرب GO 2020-11-23 3:19 PM
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Arab Sea | Tropical cyclone (Gati) retreated and turned into air turbulence

Weather of Arabia - according to the outputs of satellite images and numerical models, tropical cyclone Gati retreated to an air turbulence after it blew in Somalia with strong winds reaching 100 knots per hour, and according to the outputs, the air turbulence is now affecting Yemen and some regions of Somalia.

According to the outputs, air turbulence is expected to continue in Somalia and Yemen in the coming days, to extend later to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia on Wednesday, God willing.

God knows.

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