Arab Weather - The latest output of the numerical models operated by the Air Operations Department at the Arab Weather Center indicates that the Kingdom is affected by a relatively hot air mass coming from the Arabian Peninsula, so that there is a further rise in temperatures on Sunday and Monday to be higher than their rates for this time of the year, The weather will be relatively hot in the mountainous heights, and hot to very hot in the Jordan Valley, the Dead Sea, the city of Aqaba and parts of the desert, with the appearance of some medium clouds.
It is expected that the effect of the relatively hot air mass on the Kingdom will increase on Tuesday (the last astronomical day of the summer), so that there will be a further rise in temperatures on Tuesday as it continues to be higher than its rates for this time of the year, and the weather will be relatively hot in the mountainous heights, while it is severe Temperature in the Jordan Valley, Dead Sea, Aqaba and Badia regions, with the appearance of some medium and high clouds in the far south of the Kingdom.
There is an increasing rise in night temperatures until the middle of the week, so that the weather is pleasant in various regions of the Kingdom at night, warm in the Jordan Valley, the Dead Sea and the city of Aqaba, with high humidity and low clouds sometimes, especially in the north of the Kingdom.
With the Kingdom affected by the relatively hot air mass, temperatures rise to thirty levels in large areas of the Kingdom, while temperatures touch the 40 degrees Celsius barrier in the Jordan Valley and the Dead Sea, especially in the middle of the week.
Wednesday 22/9/2021 marks the first day of the autumnal equinox from an astronomical point of view, and this coincides with a decline in the relatively hot air mass and a decrease in temperatures, with the weather remaining relatively hot in most regions of the Kingdom, and according to the initial indicators, an additional decrease in temperatures is expected. Heat Thursday and weekend.
Light to moderate northwest winds will continue to blow during the coming days, sometimes active in the noon and afternoon hours, causing dust and light dust in desert areas.