The weather expert, Dr. Abdullah Al-Misnad, revealed that eastern Saudi Arabia recorded the highest temperature in the world, and he said in a tweet via his Twitter account.
He tweeted, “The station of King Fahd Airport recorded 50.5 degrees Celsius as the highest degree the world witnessed yesterday, followed by Jahra in Kuwait, and then Kuwait City.”
He referred to the lowest temperatures recorded at dawn today in 29 stations in Saudi Arabia, and the highest temperatures for yesterday. King Fahd station came as the highest temperature, followed by Al-Ahsa, then Qaisumah.
According to Abdulaziz Al-Hussaini, a weather researcher and member of the Climatic Nomenclature Committee, hot weather is forecast today, Tuesday, in most places, with moderate weather in the morning.
He expected the light to heavy rain and thunderstorms in parts of the regions: Makkah, Al Baha, Asir, Jazan, the Emirates, Oman, and southern Aflaj, and active winds and dust between the highlands and Wadi Al Dawasir up to Najran.
For its part, the National Center of Meteorology, in its report on the weather for today, confirmed thunderstorms accompanied by active winds in the regions (Najran, Jazan, Asir, Al Baha, and Makkah Al Mukarramah).
It also expected gusting and active winds on the eastern parts of the western and southwestern highlands, extending to Najran region, and parts of the Riyadh region.