Arab weather - Arab weather issues seasonal forecasts for winter 2019/2020, God willing,
The winter of 2019/2020 is characterized by an upper overhead control for most of the period over parts of Northwest Africa accompanied by the formation of Mediterranean depressions moving eastward.
They are accompanied by active winds in the desert regions of southern Algeria and western Libya; which creates dust and the difficulty of trips and camping in these areas.
The disturbance of the sea is also associated with weather conditions in Northwest Africa, leading to erratic navigation and some maritime activities.
Rainfall is higher than in northern Algeria, Tunisia and western Libya with (chances of forming floods and snowfall on the Algerian highlands), while higher than in northern Morocco at the beginning of the period with chances of snow falling on the Atlas Heights and parts of eastern Libya.
Temperatures are significantly below average during the beginning of the period, which helps to form frosts during the late night hours and early morning, then temperatures rise to be higher than the average by the end of the period, especially on the Maghreb.
Frost formation on some nights may cause losses to some crops, especially flowering plants, olive trees, seedlings (such as tomatoes and eggplants), and grapes most affected crops, as well as other activities such as livestock raising and apiary.
Cold air masses affecting the region are moving towards the middle of the Mediterranean starting in January, while Morocco and western Algeria are affected by an upper elevation that reduces precipitation and high temperatures in these areas.
The weather forecast team in the Arab weather used to issue seasonal bulletins based on a set of mathematical algorithms and equations developed internally through the collection of various global weather data. . The weather forecast is issued at the beginning of each month and discusses the next three months in detail.
The benefit of these quarterly bulletins is to assist various sectors in the early planning of autumn and winter alike, especially the agricultural sector, which builds its agricultural schemes based on these special weather bulletins, which help to reap profits and reduce losses due to some strong weather events. Such as: floods, frost, snow and strong winds through the exploitation of this information, in addition to many other sectors that benefit from the weather, such as commercial sectors, clothing sector, energy sector and others.
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