Weather of Arabia - The Sultanate of Oman is affected today by a low atmospheric groove coming from the west that coincides with warm air currents in the layers of the atmosphere close to the surface of the earth with the flow of amounts of moisture in the various layers of the atmosphere where a situation arises
The latest satellite images of the Arab Regional Weather Center indicate the start of local formations of cumulus clouds over northern Al Batinah, accompanied by showers of varying intensity of rain with showers of hail.
During the afternoon and evening of the day and during the night hours, the impact of cumulus thunderclouds expands in several parts of the Sultanate’s governorates, especially those overlooking the Sea of Oman. Sometimes heavy rains are accompanied by hail showers, with fears of torrential rains and the flow of valleys and reefs, especially in the Hajar Mountains and the surrounding areas.
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