Various components of the sultanate such as the capital city of Muscat received light to moderate showers from March 22 to 24, as a outcome of low stress. It was accompanied by moderate winds and handful of wadis have been noticed overflowing.
The Director General of Meteorology has forecast partly cloudy skies more than the northern components of the nation, with probabilities of isolated rainfall and occasional thundershowers. There are probabilities of dust increasing in desert and open places, which could lead to decreased horizontal visibility. “On Saturday, Bukha received 26.2mm of rainfall, Al Sininah 7.2mm and Yanqul 8.8mm.”
During the 3 days, the Ministry of Regional Municipalities and Water Resources, mentioned, “Saham in North Batinah received 17mm, Yanqul in Dhahirah governorate 15mm, Khasab in Musandam 8mm, Al Awabi in South Batinah 6mm, Al Hamra in Dakhliyah 3mm and Buraimi received 1mm rain.”
Information Source: Muscat Daily