Urgent | Jeddah tops the list of the hottest cities in the world for today, Monday 26-9-2022

طقس العرب GO 2022-09-26 2022-09-26T19:17:26Z
محمد عوينة
محمد عوينة
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Urgent | Jeddah tops the list of the hottest cities in the world for today, Monday 26-9-2022

Weather of Arabia - After the registration of the maximum temperatures for Monday, 26-9-2022 (according to the World Meteorological Organization responsible for collecting the recorded temperatures for the purposes of documentation from the observatories of the countries), the city of Jeddah occupied the highest maximum temperature on the face of the globe for this day, which was recorded By 45.5 degrees Celsius, exceeding all regions of the world, despite the arrival of autumn in the northern hemisphere.

 

This comes as a result of the city of Jeddah being actively affected by the "eastern" saba winds, which raised temperatures to summer levels, and the same winds cause a dusty, dry and very disturbing atmosphere in the city.

 

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