Bahrain | Meteorology reveals the amounts of rain that fell yesterday, Saturday, in various regions of the Kingdom

طقس العرب GO 2022-01-02 2022-01-02T07:09:48Z
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Bahrain | Meteorology reveals the amounts of rain that fell yesterday, Saturday, in various regions of the Kingdom

Arab Weather - The Meteorological Department revealed the amount of rain that fell on Saturday (1 January 2022) in various regions of Bahrain, where the University of Bahrain station recorded the highest amount, and the Bahrain International Circuit station the lowest amount.

 

According to what was published by "Meteorology", the highest amount of rain was recorded at the University of Bahrain station, which amounted to 45.4 mm, and the lowest amount of rain was recorded at the Bahrain International Circuit station, which amounted to 12.8 mm.

 

The Bahrain International Airport station recorded 35 mm, while the Sitra station recorded 34 mm, compared to 21.8 mm at the King Fahd Causeway station, while the Durrat Al Bahrain station recorded 33.4 mm.

The data did not show what was monitored by the Budaiya and Horat A'ali stations.

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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