Published: 2022-08-29 11:36
Last Updated: 2022-09-26 15:57
Monday, Osama Al-Tarifi, Chief Operating Officer at ArabiaWeather, confirmed that Jordan will still be affected by the current heatwave until mid next week.
Tarifi said in an interview with Roya, that the next five days are expected to record temperatures exceeding 40 °C, with the impact of the weather reaching its highest point on Tuesday and Wednesday as temperatures are expected to reach 42 °C and its severe impact will continue to affect the country until next Thursday.
He pointed out that there is no real chance of rain in the next two days in the southern and eastern regions, and that the weather maps indicate the presence of clouds, but they do not carry any rain.
ArabiaWeather advised against prolonged and direct exposure to sunlight or leaving children inside vehicles. It recommended that people drink lots of fluids and wear hats.