Arab Weather - May is considered one of the months marked by its rainy and cold winter weather, as weather activities varied over the kingdom during this month, and despite the end of winter, the canonical depressions dominated the Kingdom's air for several days during May.
The Kingdom was affected by a winter air depression with the distinction of class it is of the third degree, which is a highly effective air depression, accompanied by a crossing of a strong air front that worked on heavy rains accompanied by thunderstorms and hail weather in many areas, as the air depression caused a remarkably cold atmosphere.
The Kingdom was affected by a rapid impact air depression, accompanied by strong winds and rain, which were thunderstorms and heavy rain in some areas. The depression also caused remarkably cold air, especially during the night.
The south of the Kingdom during that period actively exposed a state of air instability, which caused a strong wind and dusty atmosphere, and thunderstorms increased during periods of thunderstorms in large areas of the south of the Kingdom.
Despite the end of the month of May, the Kingdom was exposed to a new air depression in the first days of Eid Al-Fitr, bringing with it a distinctive winter climate, but it was fast affecting thunderstorms and heavy rains in the north and center of the Kingdom and caused a high water level as a result of crossing an effective frontline in the morning.
Thus, the month of May may be an active month, rainy, at different intervals, and leave an unforgettable imprint on its distinctive winter weather, praise be to God.