Maghreb | Many weather phenomena expected during the Eid Al Fitr period

طقس العرب GO 2021-05-10 2021-05-10T11:33:42Z
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Maghreb | Many weather phenomena expected during the Eid Al Fitr period

Arab Weather - It is expected that Wednesday will be the completion of the month of Ramadan, and Thursday is the beginning of the first day of the month of Shawwal and the first day of Eid al-Fitr, and it is expected that the countries of the Arab Maghreb will witness many weather phenomena, represented by rain, dust, wind and fog, and the Arab Weather Regional Center provides details The expected weather situation during the days of Eid Al-Fitr in the countries of the Maghreb.

 

Moderate weather in all major regions

Thursday

  • Temperate weather prevails in general in the northern and coastal regions in all of the countries of the Maghreb, while the weather is hot to very hot in the rest of the regions, especially the southern parts, where temperatures are around slightly higher than their general rates in the western Maghreb countries.
  • Relatively cold weather prevails in many northern areas during the night hours.
  • Quantities of clouds appear at high altitudes, and the opportunity is generally weak for local showers over the Atlas Mountains.
  • The winds are of moderate speed, fluctuating at times, and causing dust and dust in many regions, especially southern Algeria, Libya, parts of Tunisia and Morocco, while strong winds sometimes blow on parts of the coast of Morocco.
  • Surface humidity increases and fog is forming in the northern parts of Libya and coastal Morocco.
  • The sea is light to the average height of the waves in the coasts of Libya, Algeria and Tunisia, while it is turbulent on the coasts of Morocco and reaches a maximum height of three meters, which causes disruption in the movement of navigation and maritime activities.

 

 

Significant rise in Libya, Algeria and Tunisia

Friday

  • Hot currents are rushing towards Libya, Algeria and Tunisia to significantly increase the temperatures, becoming higher than their rates for this time of year by 5-8 degrees Celsius, and the weather is hot to very hot in all regions, including the capitals of Algeria, Tunis and Tripoli.
  • Morocco is increasingly affected by moderate heat currents coming from the Mediterranean, as temperatures drop slightly, and become around their rates for this time of the year.
  • Quantities of clouds appear at high and medium altitudes, interspersed with some cumulus clouds, so that the opportunity is ripe for local showers of rain during the afternoon and evening hours in parts of the region of Algeria, Tunisia and Libya, concentrated in the coastal region of Algeria.
  • A deep desert depression is concentrated in the west of the Algerian lands, blowing on moderate-speed winds, which are sometimes active and cause dust and dust in large parts of Algeria, Libya and parts of Tunisia and Morocco, while strong winds sometimes blow on parts of the coasts of Morocco.
  • An opportunity to form a light fog in the northern parts of Libya.
  • The sea is light to the average height of the waves in the coasts of Libya, Algeria and Tunisia, while it is turbulent on the coasts of Morocco and reaches a maximum height of three meters, which causes disruption in the movement of navigation and maritime activities.
  • The sea is light to the average height of the waves in the coasts of Libya, Algeria and Tunisia, while it is turbulent on the coasts of Morocco and reaches a maximum height of four meters, which causes disruption in the movement of navigation and maritime activities.

 

 

Temperatures return to decline in Tunisia and Algeria, in turn, rise in Morocco

Saturday

  • The influence of the hot currents in Algeria and Tunisia is declining, turning them below their rates for such time of year, and moderate and pleasant atmospheres prevail during the day in the northern and coastal parts that tend to be cold during the night hours, while the hot weather continues to dominate the rest of the regions.
  • Hot currents rush to Morocco to raise temperatures, and hot weather continues to prevail over Libya, so that temperatures are higher than their averages for this time of the year by 6-8 degrees Celsius.
  • Quantities of clouds appear at different heights, and there is little chance of local showers of rain in the northern parts of the Maghreb countries.
  • The winds will be northeasterly active in speed, with strong gusts sometimes in Tunisia, parts of Algeria and parts of the northwestern region of Libya, while they are fluctuating in a moderate direction, and they may occasionally activate in the rest of the regions, and be dust and dust in large parts of the country.
  • An opportunity to form fog in the northern parts of Libya and southern Morocco.
  • The sea is the average height of waves in the coasts of Libya, Algeria and Tunisia, sometimes disturbing the coasts of Tunisia and eastern Algeria, while it is turbulent on the coasts of Morocco and reaches a maximum height of five meters, which causes disruption in the movement of navigation and maritime activities.
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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