Arab Weather - The weather forecast cadre in Arab weather monitors the seasonal thunder clouds that are currently centered in the middle of the Arabian Sea, where the latest satellite images show huge amounts of rainy thunder clouds, which are accompanied by strong winds that reach speeds of up to 100 km / h.
For his part, the forecasting team at the Arab Regional Weather Center stressed the difficulty of the development of the prevailing air system in the Arabian Sea to a tropical low level or a tropical storm, due to the presence of major factors that are considered fatal and limit the chances of development. Rather, it is expected that the cloud force will decrease further during the coming hours as a result of its collision with Monsoon winds, in addition to the effect of shear winds, "the difference in wind movement and speed in the different layers of the atmosphere."
The monsoon winds "monsoon winds" are the main reason for killing and preventing the development of any tropical activity in the region. These winds blow from the Arabian Sea towards India at a high speed, as some of their gusts reach a speed of up to 80 km/hour, and are fatal to any tropical activity.
Shear winds are defined as the change in wind speed and direction in both vertical and horizontal directions, as these winds weaken and limit the vertical growth of cumulus thunderstorms, that is, they impede the process of increasing the thickness of the clouds, and thus become shallow and stratified and thus weaken the tropical system.
No, the current tropical turbulence will not affect the Sultanate of Oman, except in the form of a flow of high clouds into the Sultanate's atmosphere at intervals, which may be interspersed with some showers of rain, and we will be with you in a continuous follow-up of developments as they occur.