ArabiaWeather - in the meantime, satellite images show the apparent decline in the strength of the orbital state in the Arabian Sea , as it continues to be classified as a tropical depression , accompanied by winds of 25-15 knots around the center.
The latest weather forecast indicates that the tropical depression will continue to move to the west during the next 12 hours, with indications of a change of course to the southwest, away from the coast of the Sultanate of Oman, to weaken gradually during the next 48 hours , according to the latest reports issued by the meteorology in the Sultanate of Oman.
Shear winds are defined as the change in the velocity and direction of the winds in both vertical and horizontal directions, as these winds weaken and limit the vertical growth of thunderstorm clouds, that is, they hinder the process of increasing the thickness of the clouds, and thus become shallow and stratified and thus weaken the orbital system .
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The growth and development of tropical conditions depends mainly on the presence of a water body with a depth of more than 60 meters and a water temperature higher than 27 degrees Celsius, and hot water is the fuel that fuels this tropical system, and here we find that the temperature of the Arabian Sea ranges between 26-27 degrees Celsius, i.e. It is unable to power orbital activity.
This dry air mass that wraps around orbital turbulence was previously pushed from Iran towards the Arabian Sea due to the strong air force that formed there last week.