Arab weather - Jordan | Weekly Weather Forecast | Sunday 20-3-2022

طقس العرب GO 2022-03-20 2022-03-20T09:27:19Z
رنا السيلاوي
رنا السيلاوي
محرر أخبار - قسم التواصل الاجتماعي

Arab weather - With the beginning of this week, temperatures will be colder than their usual rates by about 4-6 degrees Celsius, and the Kingdom is gradually affected by a state of atmospheric instability that coincides with the flow of very cold northeastern winds of polar origins.

  • Tuesday: The weather will be cold during the day with the possibility of local showers, God willing, in parts of the north of the country, and very cold at night with the formation of frost.
  • Wednesday: An air depression is approaching the Kingdom, accompanied by a very cold and polar air mass whose impact on the Kingdom is increasing at night.
  • Thursday: The Kingdom will continue to be affected by the depression and the very cold air mass of polar origins, and it is expected that snow will continue to fall over the high peaks of the Jerash and Ajloun mountains for the rest of the day, while the snow will become mixed with rain in the mountains of the capital and Balqa.

 

More details via the weekly weather bulletin with colleague Wael Hakim:

 

You can also find out the details of the weather for the week through the detailed weather forecast from here

This article was written originally in Arabic and is translated using a 3rd party automated service. ArabiaWeather is not responsible for any grammatical errors whatsoever.

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