Kuwait | Big rise in temperatures in the coming days

طقس العرب GO 2021-06-24 2021-06-24T09:24:45Z
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Kuwait | Big rise in temperatures in the coming days

Arab weather - The latest weather forecast indicates an intensification of the heat and hot weather in all regions of Kuwait during the coming days, to be in the fifties in large areas of the country, starting from Saturday.

Fifty-eight degrees in many areas

Atmospheric pressure rises in the high layers of the atmosphere in all regions of Iraq and the Arabian Peninsula, this will lead to a significant rise in surface temperatures to be in the fifties in large areas of the interior of Kuwait, including the capital, Baghdad, starting from Saturday and continuing for several days.

It is expected that the capital, Kuwait, will record a temperature of 45 degrees Celsius on Saturday noon, while temperatures will be in the 50s in the interior.

As recommendations during the impact of the heat wave, Arab Weather advises:

Avoid going out during the afternoon and afternoon.

Wear loose, light and light-coloured clothing.

Drink water and sugar-free fluids regularly.

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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