Arab Weather - The latest output of the numerical models processed by the Air Operations Department at the Arab Regional Weather Center indicates that Iraq is increasingly affected, Sunday and Monday, by a very hot air mass associated with a shallow temperature depression, so there is a significant increase in temperatures, especially in central and southern Iraq, corresponding to a decrease in the west, and there is a significant increase in temperatures, especially in central and southern Iraq. The weather is hot to very hot in all regions with the appearance of clouds at different heights over some areas, and the opportunity remains for local thunderstorms of rain in limited parts of the far north of the country.
The effect of the hot to very hot air mass continues on the rest of the week, and the weather is hot to very hot and exhausting in all regions, especially the central and southern ones.
It is expected that the maximum temperatures in the first half of the week will be around the mid-30s Celsius in the western regions, while they will be between the early and mid-forties Celsius in the northern regions, while touching the end of the forties Celsius in the center and south of the country, including the capital, Baghdad.
Westerly to northwesterly moderate winds blow over Iraq, sometimes active and accompanied by strong gusts that raise dust and dust, and may form dust waves, especially at the end of the week, and lead to a decrease in horizontal visibility, especially in the northern and southeastern regions.
God willing, it is expected that night temperatures will tend to decrease compared to the previous nights in the coming days, especially in the west, where the weather will be hot over many areas, especially in the central and southern regions, but the weather will tend to moderate at the late night hours and dawn in some western regions, while The weather will be warm in the northern mountains for the coming days.