Iraq | Eid is coming with an exhausting heat wave, with temperatures reaching 50 degrees Celsius

2024-06-12 2024-06-12T10:09:06Z
هشام جمال
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Arabia Weather - Weather forecasters at the Regional Arab Weather Center said that the processed computer outputs indicate an intensification of the upper air pressure over Iraq during the Eid al-Adha holiday, and the accompanying increase in surface heating of the air, causing a new heat wave, God willing, during which temperatures may reach up to 50 degrees Celsius. in holiday.

Iraqi weather: An exhausting heat wave that begins on the first day of Eid and continues throughout the week

 

Computer numerical models at the Arabia Weather Center sense that a hot center of extremely hot air mass will be centered over Iraq and loom over most regions of Iraq, causing a clear intensification of the heat wave next week, starting from the first day of Eid, Sunday, and during the rest of the days of the week, which includes the Eid holiday, as more heat will occur. The temperatures will exceed what they are supposed to be by about 7-9 degrees Celsius, and the most appropriate description of the weather at that time is that it is scorching in Baghdad and in all regions of Iraq, where the maximum temperatures are between 48-49 degrees Celsius in the capital, Baghdad, while it reaches the threshold of -50. 51 degrees Celsius in the southern and desert regions, including the city of Basra, while it ranges from 44-47 degrees Celsius in the northern regions.

 

It is also expected, God willing, that the night temperatures during the heat wave period, especially the weekend, will witness a clear rise, so that the weather will be hot and stuffy during the night hours in various regions of Iraq, and the minimum temperatures (the lowest temperature during the day) will be at very high levels, reaching approximately 33-34 degrees. percentage.

 

Important recommendations from Arabia Weather during the heat wave and hot weather:

  • Avoid prolonged and direct exposure to sunlight
  • Drink sufficient amounts of fluids and moisturizers constantly
  • Do not leave compressed containers and any flammable materials inside closed vehicles under sunlight
  • Do not leave children inside closed vehicles, even for a short time
  • Be aware of the risk of increased levels of dust and its impact on patients with respiratory problems, respiratory problems, and horizontal vision
  • Wear loose, light-colored clothing and hats.

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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