Emirates | A strong heat wave is expected in the country at the end of May and the beginning of June, and 50 degrees Celsius is approaching

2024-05-28 2024-05-28T15:17:48Z
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Arabia Weather - Weather specialists at the Regional Arabia Weather Center said that the latest computer model outputs indicate that the UAE will be affected by the last days of May and the beginning of June by a heat wave resulting from the intensification of the Arab air high, which works to fuel the heat dome phenomenon, which is accompanied by an air mass with high surface heating. It raises temperatures to approximately 50 degrees Celsius, especially in the southern and desert regions.

 

Early warning: The thermal dome causes a heat wave during which maximum temperatures approach 50, especially in the city of Al Ain.

According to the latest computer outputs received, it is expected that the UAE will be affected for the first time this year by the heat dome phenomenon, which will cause a heat wave to affect the country, as temperatures will rise significantly and noticeably, reaching in Kuwait City to approximately 44-45 degrees Celsius, while it will reach in the southern and desert regions such as The city of Al Ain and its environs reached approximately 48 degrees Celsius, thus touching 50 degrees Celsius, amidst a scorching, extremely hot, and exhausting atmosphere in general.

 

A heat dome is a climate phenomenon that results from an area of high atmospheric pressure in the high layers of the atmosphere that works to heat the air in the lower layers of the atmosphere due to a dynamic process called (heating under pressure), whereby with the compression of the air in a certain area under the influence of an air pressure in the high layers of the atmosphere, a heat dome is created. A hot, surface air mass whose intensity varies according to the region and the intensity of the air high, and also according to the period of its formation during the year.

 

The air riser traps the hot air like a lid or cover on a boiling pot. As the hot air expands vertically in the atmosphere, the high pressure pushes it toward the ground again. The air is compressed again under the area of high atmospheric pressure, causing it to gain more heat. This is scientifically known as sub-heating. the pressure.

 

 

God knows.

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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