Kuwait Weekly Bulletin | Temperatures exceed the mid-forty degrees Celsius over some areas

طقس العرب GO 2021-07-31 2021-07-31T12:41:11Z
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Kuwait Weekly Bulletin | Temperatures exceed the mid-forty degrees Celsius over some areas

Arab weather - the latest outputs of the numerical models indicate the prevalence of very hot weather throughout the week over all areas of Kuwait during daylight hours, so that temperatures are generally at forty levels, and may exceed the mid-40 degrees in some areas, especially at the end of the week, while the weather is during Hours are relatively hot to hot in the regions, and temperatures are in the advanced 30s.

Continuous blowing of westerly winds that may stir up light dust

Westerly winds continue to blow to the northwest most days of the current week, and they are moderate in speed, sometimes active and working to raise dust and light dust over some areas. Humidity, which doubles the feeling of heat.

God knows.

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