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Will the weather be right to see the eclipse on Sunday morning in Jordan?

طقس العرب GO 2020-06-18 2020-06-18T09:30:35Z
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The weather of al- B - In general, on Sunday morning, all regions of the Kingdom will witness a partial annular eclipse of the sun, and it can be seen from all regions of the Kingdom in different proportions. However, on condition that the weather permits the sky not be obscured.

 

Will the weather be right to see the eclipse?

 

The Kingdom is affected on Sunday by an air mass with lower temperatures than usual, as it is accompanied by high humidity during the morning period and therefore low clouds are forming in the north of the Kingdom and also on the mountainous heights of the central region including the capital Amman, so the opportunity to witness the eclipse on Sunday morning It will be average in the north and center of the country.

 

On the other hand, clouds are absent from the eastern and southern regions on Sunday morning, so the opportunity to witness the eclipse will be good, especially with no clouds, and also the absence of opportunities to form fog and dust waves on Sunday morning.

 

Arab weather indicates that the temperatures on Sunday morning will be low and the weather will be relatively cold, so it is advised to wear light coats while watching the eclipse.

This article was written originally in Arabic and is translated using a 3rd party automated service. ArabiaWeather is not responsible for any grammatical errors whatsoever.

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