A number of numerical models simulating the movement of air systems began to monitor the development of an orbital air system towards the southern part of the Arabian Sea during the period around mid-May, and the same models also indicated an opportunity to extend the influence of this air system to the parts overlooking the Arabian Sea (Sultanate of Oman and Yemen)
Perhaps the beginning of the rise in temperature in the southern region of the Arabian Sea is a major reason for the further development of this orbital system, in light of the shifting indicators of shear winds from the region during the coming period
The continued development of this air system in the Arabian Sea may result in a number of multiple weather phenomena such as tropical depressions and even hurricanes, which would make cities and regions bordering the Arabian Sea vulnerable to danger. Therefore, it is advisable to follow the latest reports and bulletins issued on this topic, and bulletins and reports will be updated according to the latest Forecasts and analyzes generated by computerized models
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