Kuwait | A gradual rise in temperatures in the interior regions to touch 40 degrees Celsius early next week

2023-05-04 2023-05-04T16:46:45Z
هشام جمال
هشام جمال
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Weather of Arabia - Weather forecasters at the Arab Regional Weather Center said that the latest outputs of computer numerical models indicate a gradual rise in temperatures, God willing, in the interior regions of Kuwait at the end of this week and early next week, so that the weather will be hot to very hot with approaching maximum temperatures from the 40th percentile.

 

In the details, there will be a rise in temperatures on Friday and Saturday, especially in the interior regions of Kuwait, and the weather will be hot in most regions, with maximum temperatures approaching the mid-thirties Celsius.

During the night hours, the weather will be warm in most areas, tending to moderate slightly in many areas, God willing, during the late night and early morning hours.

 

The northwest winds (Al-Bawarih) recede from the country during Friday and become moderate in speed, sometimes active and working to raise some dust in the open areas, and turn with Saturday to become receptive and light-speed in general.

 

Southeasterly winds on Sunday, and maximum temperatures approaching 40 degrees Celsius in the interior regions

 

And it is expected, God willing, on Sunday, that moderate southeasterly winds will blow, which will be wet in the coastal areas and dry in the inland areas, as the maximum temperatures rise in the interior parts of Kuwait on Sunday and approach 40 Celsius, and the weather will be hot to very hot in general, as for the coastal areas In the north, it is expected that the surface humidity levels will increase, which will increase the feeling of heat and malaise.

 

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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