Weather Arabs - affected the Kingdom will continue on Sunday Trough Joy ranked third class, and conjugated with a cold air front cross kingdom gradually during the day, and will be followed by the low will of God , the effect of the winds of polar origin very cold cause a sharp fall in temperatures in most parts, and is formed Congelation Widespread coverage on the roads in all regions of the Kingdom, including the main Jordanian cities, on the night of Sunday / Monday.
More details via the main weather forecast with our colleague Wael Hakim:
Sunday night weather:
The Kingdom is affected by cold and dry polar winds rushing from Siberia towards the region, including the Kingdom.
A sharp drop in night temperatures, which is below zero degrees Celsius in several regions of the Kingdom.
The weather at the beginning of the night is very cold and fluctuating between partly cloudy and cloudy, with showers of rain, God willing, in the south of the Kingdom.
Snow is also expected to fall and accumulate in the southeastern Badia regions, in addition to the peaks of the Karak Mountains and the peaks of the Shara Mountains, which include the mountain peaks in (Tafila, Shoubak, Wadi Musa, Mubarak, Ras al-Naqab, and Naimat villages all the way to the heights of Rum).
With the midnight hours, showers of snow are likely in narrow geographic ranges in separate areas.
And later during the night, the chances of precipitation weaken and the clouds decrease and the weather turns to become very cold in most areas and a strong wave of ice and freezing occurs in most areas, including the external and internal roads.
Monday and Tuesday:
The impact of the polar winds, cold and dry, rushing from Siberia, deepened on the Kingdom, with a cold, but sunny Siberian atmosphere with the occurrence of ice and freezing until the late hours of the morning.
The Kingdom is again affected by an air depression accompanied by a cold air front, and behind it again rushes by cold polar winds of Siberian origins.
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