Arab weather - the latest outputs of numerical models indicate that the Kingdom is affected by a hot air mass rushing from Tuesday, so that temperatures rise and are several degrees higher than their rates, and the weather is relatively hot summer to hot in all regions of the Kingdom, while it is very hot in the Jordan Valley and the sea Al-Mait, Al-Aqabah and the Badia regions, with the appearance of clouds at medium altitudes.
Moderate northwest winds will continue to blow, active in the afternoon and afternoon hours.
It is expected, by will, that the impact of the hot air mass on the Kingdom will significantly deepen on Wednesday and Thursday, so that there will be a further rise in temperatures to be about 5 degrees Celsius higher than their averages. Badia.
Clouds appear at medium and high altitudes, especially in the Badia regions, as a result of which thunder showers of rain are weakly likely in parts of the southern and eastern Badia, especially in the afternoon and afternoon hours.
The northwest moderate winds continue to blow, active in the afternoon and afternoon hours, and are accompanied by strong flashes that sometimes raise dust and dust in the desert areas.
It is expected, God willing, that in the second half of the week, temperatures will touch the mid-forty-degree Celsius in parts of the Jordan Valley in addition to the city of Aqaba, while temperatures in the rest of the Kingdom will be at advanced levels in the thirties, including the capital, Amman.
With the rise in temperatures during the day, it is expected that the night temperatures will rise and the weather will be warmer than the previous nights, starting from Tuesday/Wednesday night, and during the rest of the nights of the week, and the weather will be relatively hot in the Jordan Valley and Aqaba.
- Avoid exposure to direct sunlight for long periods.
Drink plenty of cold fluids and refreshments throughout the day.
Attention not to leave sterilizers and any flammable materials inside the vehicles.
Attention not to leave children inside vehicles, even for a short period of time.