Published: 2020-12-12 09:33
Last Updated: 2020-12-12 11:42
Saturday, ArabiaWeather announced that large amounts of clouds will appear, increasing the chance of rain and dust in some areas of the Kingdom although temperatures remain slightly higher than usual for this time of the year.
However, ArabiaWeather expects a decrease in these temperatures Saturday.
The winds will be moderate to active and will blow southeasterly and southwesterly. If winds are active, they may cause dust in desert areas.
In the night, weather will be cooler in different regions of the Kingdom, and the emergence of clouds may lead to showers in limited areas.
The moderate to brisk winds will blow southeasterly, which will increase the feeling of cold.
Individuals are urged to remain attentive due to the dust-causing winds, especially in desert areas.
Sunday, there will be a significant rise in temperatures, becoming higher than their usual rates for this time of the year by about 6-8 degrees Celsius.
The weather will become pleasant in the mountainous areas, and relatively warm in the rest of the regions, while it will be warm in the Jordan Valley, Dead Sea and Aqaba regions.
The southeasterly to southwesterly winds will be moderate in speed. They will be active at intervals and cause dust, forming temporary dust waves.
Monday, The Kingdom will be affected by a warm air front due to the impact of an atmospheric depression which is gradually approaching the region. This will lead to another rise in temperature during the day, becoming higher than usual rates for this time of the year by about 8-10 degrees Celsius.
The weather will be more pleasant than usual, appearing to be warm in most regions. The Jordan Valley, Dead Sea and Aqaba regions will be generally warm.
The moderate to brisk winds will blow southwesterly and may be strong. The winds on Monday are expected to cause dust in the air in many parts of Jordan, especially in the south and east of the Kingdom.
The southern wind activity is also expected to increase the dust waves in the Gulf of Aqaba.
At night, the weather will be cooler with mild southwesterly winds.
Individuals are urged to remain cautious and aware of the dangers due to lack of visibility from dust, especially in desert areas. Individuals are also urged to protect their eyes and respiratory system during the dust waves, and stay away from water bodies such as Aqaba as the water will become volatile, turbulent and wavy.