Jordan: The heat wave will again intensify over the Kingdom for the next two days, and the temperature will be around 40 degrees in the capital again (details and recommendations)

2024-06-17 2024-06-17T15:35:11Z
محمد عوينة
محمد عوينة
مُتنبئ جوي

From the Arabia Weather Center - The latest weather maps resulting from what are called computer simulations at the Arabia Weather Center indicate expectations that the rush and dominance of the hot air mass will increase from the desert of the Arabian Peninsula towards Jordan and the Levant, and this will cause the heat wave to intensify on Tuesday and Wednesday. Thus, the Kingdom enters the second peak of this heat wave.

 

Tuesday.. The heat wave intensifies again in the Kingdom

Specialists at the Arabian Weather Center said that temperatures are expected to rise in the Kingdom on Tuesday, becoming higher than their average for this time of year by about 6-8 degrees Celsius. The weather returns to being generally hot in most regions of the Kingdom, while it is extremely hot in the desert, the Jordan Valley, the Dead Sea, and Aqaba, with temperatures there approaching 45 degrees Celsius.

Gradually, quantities of medium and high clouds will appear, with a weak possibility that some local showers of rain will fall in a limited area of the desert, which may be accompanied by thunder.

 

Wednesday...an additional intensification in the effect of the heat wave, reaching around 40 degrees Celsius in the capital

The same numerical outputs from the Arabia Weather Center indicate that temperatures are expected to rise Wednesday significantly and become higher than their averages for this time of the year by about 10 degrees Celsius. The weather is generally very hot in most regions of the Kingdom, with temperatures around 40 degrees Celsius in many Jordanian villages and cities, including the capital, Amman, while the weather is extremely hot throughout the daylight hours in the Jordan Valley, the Dead Sea, and Aqaba areas, in addition to some areas. Badia areas, where temperatures exceed 45 degrees Celsius.

Gradually, quantities of medium and high clouds will appear, with a weak possibility that some local showers of rain will fall in a limited area of the desert, which may be accompanied by thunder.

Winds are moderate northwesterly, active at intervals, and may raise dust and dust in desert areas.

 

Important recommendations regarding the re-intensification of this heat wave in the Kingdom

  • Do not throw away cigarette butts or leave barbecue leftovers for fear of causing fires.
  • Avoid exposure to sunlight during all hours of the day.
  • Drink plenty of water and cold, hydrating drinks throughout the day.
  • Be careful not to leave sterilizers and any flammable materials inside vehicles.
  • Be careful not to leave children inside vehicles, even for short periods.
  • Watch out for poisonous insects and reptiles.

 

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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