Arab Weather - The latest output of the numerical models processed by the Air Operations Department at the Arab Regional Weather Center indicates the flow of colder than usual winds towards northern Saudi Arabia, coinciding with active winds that cause dusty weather in some areas. the details
It is expected, God willing, that there will be an increasing decrease in temperatures, so that the weather in the State of Kuwait will be relatively hot during the day, with a decrease in night temperatures, and the weather will be moderate to pleasant at night during the coming days, and the maximum temperatures will be in the thirty levels, while the lowest temperatures range between 18 and 23 degrees Celsius in the coming days, with the appearance of clouds at different altitudes.
It blows northwesterly at a moderate speed, sometimes active and accompanied by strong gusts, working to raise dust and dust.
It is expected, God willing, that the weather in Qatar and Bahrain will be relatively hot to hot, during the day in the coming days. The temperatures will be thirty in Qatar and Bahrain, and may touch 40 degrees Celsius in parts of Qatar, and the weather will be pleasant at night in both countries, and north winds are expected. Westerly moderate to active speed, accompanied by strong flashes in the second half of the week, that raise dust and dust and cause the waves of the Arabian Gulf to rise, coinciding with the flow of air currents saturated with moisture that cause dense fog to form in parts of Qatar and Bahrain, and warns of the danger of low horizontal visibility.
It is expected, God willing, that the weather will continue to be hot in the Emirates during the coming days during daylight hours, with temperatures touching 40 degrees Celsius in some interior regions, and the weather will be moderate to pleasant at night, with northwesterly to moderate to brisk winds in the western and coastal regions. In the second half of the week, they are accompanied by strong gusts that exceed the 50 km/hour barrier in the western regions, which leads to raising dust and dust in those areas, and the occurrence of high and turbulent waves on the shores of the Arabian Gulf.
According to the computer outputs, it is expected that the humid air currents will continue to flow towards the coastal and western interior regions tonight, so that the opportunity is ripe for the formation of fog in the coming nights on parts of the interior, especially the western regions, in addition to some coastal regions.
It is expected, God willing, that the weather in the Sultanate of Oman will be relatively hot in the northern mountainous heights, hot in the rest of the regions, and the weather will be warm to moderate at night, with high levels of humidity and the formation of thick fog in some eastern regions, including the coastal and interior.
With winds blowing from fluctuating light to moderate directions, sometimes active and causing dust and dust in the interior.
It is expected, God willing, that winds with lower temperatures than usual will rush towards northern and Saudi Arabia as of Monday, so that the weather during the coming days will be mild in the northern regions and the southwestern highlands, relatively hot to hot in the rest of the regions, while it is very hot in the Empty Quarter. And the interior regions of the Red Sea coasts during daylight hours, so that temperatures are twenty degrees in the highlands and northern regions, and thirty levels in the rest of the regions.
While the temperatures exceed the 40-degree mark in the Empty Quarter, in addition to the interior regions of the Red Sea coast, and the weather at night is relatively cold to cold in the southwestern highlands and northern regions so that temperatures are below 12 degrees Celsius over parts of those areas, while the weather is In the rest of the regions, it is moderate to warm, becoming nice and tends to cool at late night hours over some areas, with the appearance of clouds at different heights over some parts.
In conjunction with winds blowing from fluctuating light to moderate directions, sometimes active and accompanied by strong flashes in some areas and periods, especially the mountainous southwestern highlands, and eastern regions, and raising dust and dust.
Showers are possible, which may be thunderstorms, in narrow geographic ranges from the heights of the southwest of the Kingdom, especially in the second half of the week.