Arab weather - The various regions of the Levant live in a mild summer climate, where an air rise dominates the regions of northwest Africa, extending to parts of the south and central European continent, causing a heat wave in those areas. This air rise contributed to the rush of a relatively cold air mass towards the east of the continent. In Europe, the Levant became under the influence of moderate air currents with temperatures below their normal rates towards the region.
Temperatures tend to rise slightly on Friday and Saturday, with temperatures remaining below their monthly averages. Mild summer weather prevails in the mountainous heights, while it is relatively hot in the lowlands and the Badia. The winds are westerly light to moderate speed, active sometimes and are dusty in the Syrian Badia and some areas. The interior of Syria, and in light of this atmosphere, the weather is suitable for going out on trips and practicing outdoor activities with the morning or afternoon hours, especially in the mountainous areas.
During the night hours, the weather is pleasant in all regions, while it tends to be cold over mountainous heights and plains with the late night hours, so it is recommended to wear a light coat, especially during the late night hours, as humidity levels rise and light fog forms in parts of the mountain slopes of the Levant, especially western ones.
Moving on to talk about the weather during the beginning of the week, it is expected that the temperature will rise slightly to become around slightly less than its general rates, with the weather remaining mild summer while it is remarkably hot in the lowlands and the Syrian and Jordanian Badias.
According to medium-range weather maps, it is not expected that there will be a significant change in the air systems during the coming period, as it is expected that the temperate air will continue to flow east of the European continent to the Levant amid the absence of the extension of hot air masses from the Arabian Peninsula towards our region.