The Arabian Sea’s Tropical Conditions Will Not Directly Affect KSA’s Atmosphere; NCM

Riyadh — The National Center of Meteorology (NCM) stated on Wednesday that it is monitoring the formation of a tropical condition in the Arabian Sea next Friday.

Hussain Al-Qahtani, the spokesman of the NCM, has confirmed that there are no indications of a direct impact of the tropical condition on Saudi Arabia’s atmosphere.

We will continue to monitor the developments in the condition, NCM said. NCM added that they would announce if any effects occurred regarding the tropical situation.

It is noteworthy that the weather center has announced air fluctuations these days around the regions of Saudi Arabia.

It noted that the early warning system had indicated several alerts about rainy weather expected to occur on Wednesday in Jizan, Asir, and Riyadh.

Al-Ahsa recorded the highest temperature in the Kingdom on Wednesday at 45 degrees Celsius. Dammam followed Al-Ahsa with 44 degrees Celsius, Wadi Al-Dawasir, Qaisumah, and Rafha with 43 degrees Celsius.

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