Arab World Weekly 11/4/2021 Sunday to Friday 16/4/2021 | Weather Forecast for Arabia

Arab World Weekly 11/4/2021 Sunday to Friday 16/4/2021 |  Weather Forecast for Arabia

Arabian climate – By the end of the week, there will be a drastic change in the air systems of the Arabian Peninsula, while temperatures will rise in the Levant and Egypt, with rain and cold air mass in the Maghreb countries.

Activity of desert depression in Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia and Libya

A desert depression is concentrated throughout the week above the northern Algerian desert, working to bring moist easterly winds to the coasts of northern Tunisia, Algeria, and Morocco, where there is a chance of rain on multiple occasions.

Temperatures vary in Morocco and western Algeria, while in Tunisia and eastern Algeria they are higher than in the Sahara.

The beginning of a cold week in Egypt and the Levant, the temperature rises continuously in the second half of the week

Cold air masses along the coasts of northern Egypt and Lebanon, Syria, northern Palestine and Jordan reduce the temperature and rainfall, affecting the general eastern Mediterranean region on Sunday and Monday. Syria.

However, until Tuesday, the weather will return to normal, with relatively cold in the mountains and moderate spring in other areas, with temperatures continuing to rise over the weekend and warmer than the first days of the blessed month of Ramadan.

Hot weather in the Arabian Peninsula and Iraq, with the exception of northern Saudi Arabia

Temperatures continue to rise this week in Iraq, Kuwait, Qatar, Bahrain, the UAE, the Sultanate of Oman and all parts of Saudi Arabia. Temperatures are low except in the north.

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It does not avoid thunderstorms at times in the afternoon in the Hajar Mountains of the Sultanate of Oman

However, by the end of the week, it is expected that there will be a drastic change in climate change on the Arabian Peninsula, where tropical humidity will flow, air turbulence will return to large parts of Saudi Arabia and Yemen, and the likelihood of rain will improve at the beginning of the holy month of Ramadan.

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