Kuwait | A heat wave is knocking on doors during Eid Al-Adha, and the weather has been very hot since the morning

2024-06-10 2024-06-10T08:51:45Z
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Arabia Weather - Weather forecasters at the Regional Arab Weather Center are monitoring the latest computer outputs indicating the intensification of the upper air pressure over the Arabian Gulf, including Kuwait, during the Eid al-Adha holiday, and the accompanying increase in surface heating of the air, causing a new heat wave, God willing, during which it may arrive. Temperatures reach 50 degrees Celsius on Eid.

 

Kuwait Weather: Eid is approaching with the heat of summer and 50 degrees Celsius may be present, especially in the interior areas

 

Specialists at the Arabia Weather Center have indicated that what is called computer simulation indicates that Kuwait will be affected by a heat wave during the Eid holiday, which will cause a clear rise in temperatures in various regions. From the beginning of the morning of the first day of Eid and throughout the Eid, the weather will be very hot and turn into scorching heat in the regions. Desert and interior areas, with temperatures ranging between 48 to 50 degrees Celsius, especially during the last days of the Eid holiday, specifically in the Jahra area and its environs.

 

On a related level, it is expected that the coastal areas will be far from scorching temperatures of “50” Celsius on the first day of Eid. Rather, temperatures in the aforementioned areas, including Kuwait City, will range from 40-44 degrees Celsius, but they will be affected by humid air currents that work to increase the feeling of discomfort. The heat means that the temperatures felt by the human body will exceed those recorded on the standards, but specialists are monitoring the intensification of the heat wave in Kuwait City at the end of the Eid holiday, during which temperatures may reach 50 degrees Celsius.

 

The scientific status of the heat wave for those interested and specialists: The heat dome once again surrounds Kuwait with its blazing winds

 

The weather specialists at the Arabia Weather Center explained that the cause, God willing, of this scorching heat wave is due to the crossing of a weak upper wave east of the Mediterranean Sea, which causes an intensification of the upper air pressure over the Arabian Peninsula, which works to fuel what is scientifically called a thermal dome.

A heat dome is a climate phenomenon that results from an area of high atmospheric pressure in the high layers of the atmosphere that works to heat the air in the lower layers of the atmosphere due to a dynamic process called (heating under pressure), whereby with the compression of the air in a certain area under the influence of an air pressure in the high layers of the atmosphere, a heat dome is created. A hot, surface air mass whose intensity varies according to the region and the intensity of the air high, and also according to the period of its formation during the year.

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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