Watch… a “weather analyzer” reveals thunderstorms Thursday through Saturday… and shows affected areas

Al-Marsad newspaper: Meteorological analyst Aqil Al-Aqeel revealed the expected weather conditions, starting tomorrow, Thursday, until next Saturday. Referring to heavy rains in Mecca and Jeddah tomorrow morning.

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And he said, during statements on the “Al-Ikhbariya” channel: “The National Meteorological Center predicted the continuation of the meteorological conditions to which the airspace of the Kingdom is exposed, and we expect the presence of storm clouds during the night and tomorrow they will accumulate in some parts of the Medina region, including the coasts.

He continued: Clouds are now gathering over the shores of Yanbu, and the intensity of these clouds is expected until the early hours of the morning to increase, as well as over Makkah Al-Mukarramah.

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He stressed that moderate to heavy rains are expected to fall on the coasts of Makkah Al-Mukarramah region including Jeddah governorate and the area between Jeddah governorate up to Medina region in the morning hours tomorrow, Thursday. of Yanbu Governorate on the highway connecting Jeddah and Yanbu.

He continued: Medium to heavy rains are expected on the coasts of Jeddah Governorate, and whenever we head south from the coast of Mecca Al-Mukarramah, and whenever we head east from the holy capital, mountains and plateaus, starting early Thursday morning until evening.

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He added, “The clouds will return again on Friday morning and we expect moderate to heavy rainfall over most of the western coast of the Kingdom and parts of the northern border region, Al-Jawf region and Hail.”

He pointed out that rain is expected in parts of Qassim region and northern and western parts of Riyadh region from Thursday to Saturday. Noting that this will be followed by a significant drop in temperature.

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