The astronomer Khaled Al-Zaq said that 15 days remain until the end of the intense heat during the summer season that will end by the sultry season, which is characterized by extreme heat, and after that, the “Al-Qwaidha” season will begin.
Al-Zaq added that Al-Qwaidha is hot, but it is lighter in intensity than the previous season, and it also witnesses strong and heavy rains.
On the other hand, the weather and climate researcher, Abdulaziz Al-Hussaini, expected that the weather will witness varying rains from one place to another and from light to heavy in parts of the regions of Makkah, Jizan, Asir, Al-Baha and Najran.
He pointed out that the northwesterly winds blew from the medium-strong, causing dust, especially outside the cities in most regions, indicating that the rain extends to include Yemen and the Sultanate of Oman.
A statement by the Presidency of Meteorology and Environmental Protection revealed the possibility of thunderstorms continuing from medium to heavy, accompanied by active winds of dramatic dust and dust in the regions of Najran, Jizan, Asir, and Al-Baha, extending to the southern highlands of the Makkah region.