Arab Weather - The weather forecast staff at the Arab Regional Weather Center is monitoring the latest observations of satellite images that indicate the development of a subtropical Mediterranean storm in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea affecting the Italian island of Sicily, where satellite images monitor thick rainy clouds revolving around the center of the storm.
The weather forecast staff at the Arab Weather Center is closely monitoring updates of numerical weather models regarding the expected path of the Mediterranean storm in the coming days, as most updates of numerical weather models from global centers (Gfs, Ecmwf, Icon, Gem and others) indicate that the Mediterranean storm will start moving towards southeast, starting from Saturday.
With the movement of that air system in this direction, it is expected to hit the northeastern coasts of Libya as of tomorrow morning, Sunday, and during the rest of the day, its effects mainly include Derna and Tobruk (northeast of Benghazi), bringing with it active winds, with gusts touching 40 knots, causing The waves rise more than 4 meters on the beaches, coinciding with heavy to very heavy rain and warns of the strong wind speed and the danger of torrential rain and high waves on the beaches.
According to the outputs of the numerical air models, the air system is moving on Monday to a north-eastern direction as it retreats to an air depression.
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