Arab Weather - Sinan Khalaf - Arab Weather received a lot of questions about the possibility of the city of Riyadh being affected by unstable weather conditions, which are expected to start affecting the Kingdom from Thursday, to intensify significantly from Saturday, will it include rain chances Riyadh city?
In fact, the good news continues, and praise be to God, that there is a high possibility that the entire Riyadh region, including the capital, will be affected by several chances of rain during the next week.
It is expected that cumulus clouds will multiply and provide an opportunity for rain to fall on the city of Riyadh on many days during the next week.
Arab Weather will issue more details of the weather situation and its impact on the capital, Riyadh, in the coming days, and publish them through various platforms.
It is expected that cumulus clouds will multiply and rain chances will increase over the capital, Riyadh, and given the time period, it is recommended to follow up on the reports issued on a daily basis, as the details will be listed steadily, God willing.
Rain is expected in the capital, Riyadh
A high chance of rain, especially early next week
As of the beginning of next week, it is expected that the upper cold basin will move towards the east, to improve the chances of rain and be accompanied by thunder sometimes in many regions of the Kingdom, where cumulus clouds multiply and the chances of precipitation rise in the capital, Riyadh, and given the time period, it is recommended to follow up on the reports issued regularly. My day, as the details will be listed steadily, God willing.
The science behind this air turbulence
These expected atmospheric disturbances come due to a combination of a shallow drop in atmospheric pressure and a dynamic contribution to the vertical thermal difference and a superficial response as well as to the Red Sea depression effectively, which also works to excite warm and humid air currents from tropical latitudes. The presence of temperature differences of up to 30-35 degrees Celsius, and perhaps more, between the surface of the earth heated by solar radiation and the cold air located at the top is the first condition for the condensation of cumulus clouds, and the extent/quantities of water vapor extension towards the Kingdom’s atmosphere is an important condition as well. To ignite these thunderclouds, which is something that numerical models find very difficult to sense until now, so the computer modeling outputs still fluctuate around the intensity of the rainy condition.
Therefore, all of the above is considered within the context of the forecasts of the latest weather readings issued by the Arab Regional Center for Meteorology and Forecasting, so updates will be released that will highlight more details incrementally whenever needed, God willing.
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