The National Center of Meteorology reported that the autumn season begins astronomically from tomorrow, Friday, the twenty-third of September, explaining that this day witnesses the sun’s perpendicular to the equator, and then it appears to move south towards the Tropic of Capricorn. .
According to the Center, the month of September, which is the last month of the summer season, is witnessing a weakening and gradual decline in the influence of the Indian seasonal depression, with the country continuing to be affected by the expansion of thermal depressions from the middle of the Arabian Peninsula accompanied of relatively active winds that raise dust that can lead to a decrease in horizontal visibility sometimes, and the possibility remains open to be convective clouds accompanied by precipitation, especially in the eastern region, and their influence can extend some inland areas of the land, while south-easterly winds prevail at the end of the night and morning, and turn to the north-west during the afternoon and evening due to the effect of the cycle of land and sea breezes.
The center informed “Emirates Today” that the chances of rain and hail in separate areas of the country will gradually decrease during the days tomorrow and the day after tomorrow, Saturday.
The center expected the weather tomorrow to be clear in general and partly cloudy at times in the east and some cumulus clouds may appear on the mountains in the afternoon, continuing moist overnight into next Saturday morning, with the possibility of fog or light mist forming over some coastal and inland areas, while the wind will be south-easterly. It faces northwest, light to moderate and active and sometimes dusty during the day. Its speed varies from 10 to 25 km/h, up to 40 km/h. h on the sea, which is light in waves in the Arabian Gulf and in the Sea of Oman.
He explained that the weather next Saturday will be generally clear and clouds will appear in the east in the afternoon, becoming moist overnight into Sunday morning, with a chance of mist or light mist forming over some coastal and inland areas, while the wind remains south-westerly. to the northwest, light to moderate in speed, active at times. Being dusty, its speed varies from 15 to 25 km/h, up to 35 km/h on the sea, which has light to medium waves in the Arabian Gulf, and light waves in the Sea of Oman. The center expected the weather next Sunday to be generally fair, with clouds appearing in the east in the afternoon, while temperatures tend to drop and become humid overnight into Monday morning, with the risk of mist or light mist over some coastal and inland areas areas, and the wind will be north-west light to moderate in speed. It is especially active in the west of the sea, causing dust and dust, leading to a decrease in horizontal visibility sometimes in the open areas, and its speed varies from 20 to 30 km/h, up to 40 km/h at sea, which are moderate to turbulent waves in the west in the Arabian Gulf and light waves in the Sea of Oman.
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