Sultanate of Oman | The development of strong cumulus clouds over parts of the Al-Hajar Mountains, warning of the possibility of torrential rains

طقس العرب GO 2021-09-22 2021-09-22T12:36:00Z
محمد عوينة
محمد عوينة
مُتنبئ جوي
Sultanate of Oman | The development of strong cumulus clouds over parts of the Al-Hajar Mountains, warning of the possibility of torrential rains

Weather of Arabia - The latest satellite images captured show a remarkable development of cumulus clouds on parts of the mountains of South and North Al Batinah and Al Dakhiliyah, and these clouds are accompanied by thunderstorms of varying intensity, and heavy in some geographical areas, which may work on the flow of valleys and the formation of torrents.

 

The Arab Weather website calls upon the citizens in those areas to note the severity of thunderstorms in some areas, and the possibility of torrential rains forming in some geographical areas.

 

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