Arab Weather - The weather maps in the Arab Regional Weather Center indicate that the Republic of Yemen will be increasingly affected in the coming days by unstable weather conditions as a result of the flow of large amounts of moisture in the middle and high air layers across the Arabian Sea, in addition to the extension of moisture from the Horn of Africa through the low layers of the air, where rain continues. Thunder rain with varying intensity from day to day, sometimes very heavy, accompanied by the occurrence of thunderstorms and heavy hail showers in the western mountainous areas of Yemen, including the capital Sana'a.
The same weather turbulence sometimes extends towards the interior areas and the southern mountains and includes the coastal areas at times, God willing, including Aden and the Bab al-Mandab Strait.
The same clouds are also actively associated with the speed of surface winds that raise dust and dust, and lead to high waves on the shores of the Arabian Gulf.
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The Arab Weather Center advises the need to pay attention to the dangers of sudden floods, and to stay away from the stomachs of valleys, torrents streams and reefs due to the high risks of their flow, especially to the west.