Arab weather - God willing, it is expected that the Kingdom will be affected more on Monday by air currents coming from the eastern Mediterranean, so there will be another decrease in temperatures to remain at their lowest rates for this time of the year, and the weather will be less hot than the previous days during the noon and afternoon hours in various regions The Kingdom, while it is relatively hot in the Jordan Valley, the Dead Sea and the city of Aqaba in addition, with the appearance of low clouds, especially in the morning hours, and local showers of rain are likely in the morning in limited parts of the far north of the Kingdom.
The maximum temperatures are in the early twenties Celsius in the main cities, including the capital Amman, while they are around the thirties Celsius in the Jordan Valley and the Dead Sea in the city of Aqaba and parts of the Badia.
The winds are westerly moderate to brisk, and they are accompanied by strong gusts, especially in the afternoon and afternoon hours, that stir up dust and dust in the desert areas and may lead to the formation of dust waves that include window desert roads such as the Baghdad International Road and the Trebil and Al-Omari border crossing.
Night temperatures remain low compared to previous nights, and the weather is relatively cold at late night hours and early morning in various regions of the Kingdom, and cold over the southern mountainous heights, which requires wearing a light coat.
Surface humidity levels gradually rise, and the weather becomes humid with the continued appearance of low amounts of clouds.
Winds will be westerly moderate in speed, energizing at times and causing dust in the south and east of the Kingdom.