Stay tuned for another, heavier rain next week.. Al-Aqeel: “Cumulus” m


Yesterday and today, many areas witnessed moderate to heavy rain, and warnings continue


Stay tuned for another, heavier rain next week.. Al-Aqeel:

The specialist at the National Center of Meteorology, Aqil Al-Aqeel, expected another rainy case by the end of next week; It may be more intense in the central and western regions of the Kingdom with rising temperatures, especially the lowest in all regions.

He stressed that many regions of the Kingdom witnessed moderate to heavy rain, and Medina received medium to heavy rain, as well as Hail, Al-Jawf, the northern and northeastern borders, even some parts of Al-Qassim and the coasts of Makkah.

Al-Aqeel added that the early morning hours witnessed some light drops falling on Jeddah.

And he continued, in a video on Al-Ekhbariya channel, that thunderstorms are still clearly present in the far northeastern regions and in some parts of the Qassim region, as well as the Yanbu Governorate, which is expected to receive medium to heavy rain.

He pointed out that forecasts indicate the continuation of light to medium rain on some parts of the coasts of Makkah, and fog is present on the tops of the Sarawat Mountains, and the opportunity is still favorable with the activity of the south and southwest winds.

Al-Aqeel pointed out that the expected minimum temperature tomorrow in Riyadh is higher than 10 degrees Celsius and may reach 13 degrees Celsius due to the activity of the southern winds.

Yesterday and today, large areas of the Kingdom witnessed moderate to heavy rain, and the National Center of Meteorology’s warnings are still continuing, promising more precipitation.

Stay tuned for another, heavier rain next week.. Al-Aqeel: “Cumulus” is still present
Sabq electronic newspaper
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2022-01-11

The specialist at the National Center of Meteorology, Aqil Al-Aqeel, expected another rainy case by the end of next week; It may be more intense in the central and western regions of the Kingdom with rising temperatures, especially the lowest in all regions.

He stressed that many regions of the Kingdom witnessed moderate to heavy rain, and Medina received medium to heavy rain, as well as Hail, Al-Jawf, the northern and northeastern borders, even some parts of Al-Qassim and the coasts of Makkah.

Al-Aqeel added that the early morning hours witnessed some light drops falling on Jeddah.

And he continued, in a video on Al-Ekhbariya channel, that thunderstorms are still clearly present in the far northeastern regions and in some parts of the Qassim region, as well as the Yanbu Governorate, which is expected to receive medium to heavy rain.

He pointed out that forecasts indicate the continuation of light to medium rain on some parts of the coasts of Makkah, and fog is present on the tops of the Sarawat Mountains, and the opportunity is still favorable with the activity of the south and southwest winds.

Al-Aqeel pointed out that the expected minimum temperature tomorrow in Riyadh is higher than 10 degrees Celsius and may reach 13 degrees Celsius due to the activity of the southern winds.

Yesterday and today, large areas of the Kingdom witnessed moderate to heavy rain, and the National Center of Meteorology’s warnings are still continuing, promising more precipitation.

11 January 2022 – 8 Jumada Al-Thani 1443

12:19 PM


Yesterday and today, many areas witnessed moderate to heavy rain, and warnings continue

The specialist at the National Center of Meteorology, Aqil Al-Aqeel, expected another rainy case by the end of next week; It may be more intense in the central and western regions of the Kingdom with rising temperatures, especially the lowest in all regions.

He stressed that many regions of the Kingdom witnessed moderate to heavy rain, and Medina received medium to heavy rain, as well as Hail, Al-Jawf, the northern and northeastern borders, even some parts of Al-Qassim and the coasts of Makkah.

Al-Aqeel added that the early morning hours witnessed some light drops falling on Jeddah.

And he continued, in a video on Al-Ekhbariya channel, that thunderstorms are still clearly present in the far northeastern regions and in some parts of the Qassim region, as well as the Yanbu Governorate, which is expected to receive medium to heavy rain.

He pointed out that forecasts indicate the continuation of light to medium rain on some parts of the coasts of Makkah, and fog is present on the tops of the Sarawat Mountains, and the opportunity is still favorable with the activity of the south and southwest winds.

Al-Aqeel pointed out that the expected minimum temperature tomorrow in Riyadh is higher than 10 degrees Celsius and may reach 13 degrees Celsius due to the activity of the southern winds.

Yesterday and today, large areas of the Kingdom witnessed moderate to heavy rain, and the National Center of Meteorology’s warnings are still continuing, promising more precipitation.

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