Arab Weather - The medium-term weather maps operated in the Arab Weather Center indicate expectations that the Al-Bawareh winds will be active on an almost daily basis in the Arabian Gulf countries during the remainder of June, which in turn blows dust and flying dust to many areas, and even large dust storms may form Occasionally.
And the same maps show that the Al-Bareh winds are expected to be very active on some days and recede on other days, so that the less hot air masses continue to approach the eastern Mediterranean and the Levant, which works to strengthen the surface air elevation in the north of the Arabian Peninsula, which leads to This leads to an increase in the surface atmospheric pressure difference between the eastern Mediterranean and the seasonal thermal depressions in the east and southeast of the Arabian Peninsula.
Al-Bawarih winds are very dry, northwesterly winds that raise dust and dirt, and their speed sometimes reaches more than 60 km/h, leading to the formation of sand storms in severe cases, and works to impede land, sea and even air navigation, as it contributes to the rise of sea waves, It also leads to a sharp decrease in the range of horizontal visibility, sometimes less than 500 meters, and becomes non-existent in open areas.
And specialists in the Arab Weather Center rule out that Al-Bawarah activity will be strong enough this week to form large dust / sand storms, while computer simulation indicators indicate that its activity will be more strong in the last week of this month.
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