Monday, July 15, 2024

A Saudi expert has warned against traveling by land at noon for 45 days


Saudi Arabian meteorologist Dr. Khaled Al-Zaq said, “These days, for the next 45 days, it is better to avoid midday land travel due to high temperatures and an increase in toxic air, stirring up creepy dust. , and it is better to travel at the end or beginning of the day.

And he added through his Twitter account: These days we see a storm of wind, this wind is divided into two parts: Dehama, a permanent wind on the coasts of Yemen and the Horn of Africa, and works to stir. Dust and suspended soil throughout the summer, with the sun, it begins with sunrise, and its mud intensifies at noon, and when the sun sets, the dust settles on things, and the public calls it the season of “Al-Baware”. , this is the wind that displaces the desert sand.

And Al-Zaaq continued: “The perpetual, rising and dusty wind continues throughout the summer, and for 52 days” it is hot (air of poisons) during the two seasons of heavy rain and anthrax.

For its part, the National Meteorological Center in its report on the weather in Saudi Arabia today said that dust restricting horizontal visibility and active winds capable of stirring dust will affect parts of the regions: Northern Borders, Riyadh, East, Najran, as well as Makkah Al-Mukharramah and Al-Madinah Al -Munawwarah areas, especially coastal areas; Partly cloudy to cloudy with thundershowers in some parts of Jazan and Asir regions.

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