Jordan | With expectations that the heat wave will continue to affect the Kingdom on the first day of Eid... is it expected that we will witness a record rise in temperature?

2024-06-11 2024-06-11T13:12:02Z
عامر المعايطة
عامر المعايطة
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Arabia Weather - The latest outputs of numerical models and computer simulations at the “Arab Weather” Center indicate that the Kingdom will be affected, as of the end of this week, by a hot air mass that will lead to a renewed rise in temperatures in various regions of the Kingdom.

In the details: Hot air masses will rush towards the Kingdom starting tomorrow, Wednesday, so temperatures will rise and become higher than average by 4-6 degrees Celsius. The weather turns relatively hot to hot in various regions.

 

 

A heat wave will affect the Kingdom starting Thursday and continuing until the first day of Eid Al-Adha

 

Weather forecasters at the Arab Weather Center said that current indicators support the development of the weather system into a heat wave affecting the Kingdom, starting next Thursday and for several days, so that temperatures will rise on Thursday to become 7-9 degrees higher than the general average. The weather becomes hot to very hot in various regions, especially the Jordan Valley, the Dead Sea, and Aqaba.

 

 

Temperatures are approaching 40 degrees Celsius again in the capital, Amman

 

It is expected, God willing, that temperatures will rise significantly, especially on the weekend, with temperatures expected to reach the end of the thirties in the capital, Amman, and approach 40 degrees Celsius in some neighborhoods of the capital, especially the eastern one.

 

Once again, the Jordan Valley areas may record record high temperatures

 

According to the current weather data from the Arab Weather Center, temperatures are expected to rise significantly in the Jordan Valley, Dead Sea, and Aqaba areas, exceeding the mid-forties in some areas, and these areas are expected to witness extremely hot weather.

 

Recommendations:

  • It is recommended to avoid direct exposure to sunlight
  • Drink plenty of water
  • Do not leave children, even for a short period, inside closed vehicles during the noon and afternoon hours
  • Do not leave flammable materials inside vehicles for long periods
  • Safe disposal of cigarettes to prevent fires
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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