Regions of Saudi Arabia Anticipate Rainfall on Monday

Parts of Saudi Arabia’s Northern Borders region are anticipated to experience moderate and torrential thundershowers along with swirling dust-filled winds, as stated by the National Center for Meteorology on Monday.
According to the official statement, the National Center for Meteorology highlighted that moderate and torrential thundershowers, accompanied by dust-stirring winds, are forecast to occur in several regions, including Northern Borders, Eastern, Riyadh, Najran, Jazan, Asir, and Baha.
The statement also mentioned the likelihood of fog formations in certain areas of the aforementioned regions, as well as in Jawf and Tabuk.
Moreover, it noted a decrease in temperatures across the northern and central parts of the Kingdom.
The National Center for Meteorology further provided details on the wind patterns over the Red Sea, indicating that in the southern portion, winds would be northerly to northwesterly with a speed range of 15 to 45 km/h, accompanied by thunderstorms.
Towards the Bab Al-Mandab Strait, the winds are expected to be southerly to southwesterly, registering speeds of 12 to 40 km/h.
Regarding the Arabian Gulf, the statement concluded that the wind would be southerly to southeasterly in the northern and central parts, with speeds ranging from 25 to 55 km/h, while in the southern part, the wind would be easterly to southeasterly at speeds of 20 to 40 km/h.

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