Yemen | Indications of the eruption of a wave of tropical moisture, raising the chances of rainfall in coastal areas and mountainous heights

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Yemen | Indications of the eruption of a wave of tropical moisture, raising the chances of rainfall in coastal areas and mountainous heights

Arab Weather - The latest output of the numerical weather models processed by the Air Operations Department at the Arab Regional Weather Center indicates that there are indications about the flow of a wave of tropical moisture in the different layers of the atmosphere towards Yemen, especially the middle and low ones, starting from Friday evening and during Saturday.

Chances of rain improve in coastal areas and mountainous heights at the end of the week

As a result of the flow of humid tropical air currents, it is expected that the chances of rainfall will improve on the southern coastal areas and the mountainous highlands by the end of the week, as showers of rain fall on the coasts of the Sea of Oman and the mountainous highlands. Actively rains on the east wind speed, the occurrence of thunderstorms.

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