The National Center of Meteorology announced that the country will be affected, during the period from Monday to next Wednesday, by a surface depression extending from the southeast, accompanied by moist southeastern and northeastern winds, with an extension of an air depression in the upper layers of the atmosphere from the west, accompanied by a cold air mass, as clouds flow From the west towards the state at intervals.
The center stated that the weather during this period will be partly cloudy to cloudy at times, with some cumulus clouds, especially to the east and north extending over some coastal and western areas and islands, with an opportunity for light to medium rain that may sometimes be heavy in some of these areas, and at intervals.
The center expected that today’s weather will be humid with the possibility of fog and light mist formation in the morning over some inland and coastal areas, becoming clear to partly cloudy and cloudy at times, especially to the west and on the coasts, noting a gradual drop in temperatures.
He pointed out that the winds are southeasterly, turning to northwesterly, light to moderate speed, gradually activating, especially at sea, causing dust, with a speed of 15 to 25 km/h, reaching 40 km/h at sea, which is light to medium waves, gradually turbulent in the evening. The Arabian Gulf and light to medium waves at times in the Sea of Oman.
He pointed out that the weather tomorrow will remain humid with the possibility of light fog formation in the morning over some internal areas, which will become clear to partly cloudy and dusty at times, and low clouds will appear over some northern and eastern regions that may be cumulus, noting that the winds will be northwesterly light to moderate speed and active. To strong at sea, becomes dusty, and its speed ranges from 15 to 30 km/h, reaching 50 km/h on the sea, which is turbulent to very turbulent in the Arabian Gulf, especially in the west, and light waves in the Sea of Oman.
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