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Isolated rains likely from tomorrow

Isolated rains likely from tomorrow

Muscat – 

Thunderstorms more than central Saudi Arabia and Iran more than subsequent couple of days are likely to bring isolated rains from Friday in Oman, extending more than the subsequent 3 days. According to AccuWeather, central Saudi Arabia and Iran will witness isolated thunderstorms more than the subsequent couple of days. 

“Trough can lead to numerous showers and storms over the mountains of Iran, Sarawat and Hijaz mountains of Saudi Arabia, the UAE and eastern Oman this weekend into Tuesday,” mentioned Jason Nicholls, senior meteorologist and international forecasting manager at AccuWeather.

According to climate forecaster Sat24, isolated rains are likely in Oman beginning from Friday, and obtaining a lot more pronounced more than the subsequent 3 days.

The Directorate General of Meteorology in its forecast for May 16 and 17 stated that clear skies have been anticipated more than most of the sultanate with advection of higher and medium clouds. “There are chances of late night to early morning low-level clouds along most of the coastal areas of the sultanate as well as chances of dust rising winds over desert and open area,” the Met workplace stated.

“The winds along the coastal areas of Sea of Oman will be northeasterly light to moderate during day, becoming light during night and southerly to southwesterly moderate along the coastal areas of Arabian Sea. While it will be northwesterly light to moderate over the rest of the sultanate.” The sea state is anticipated to be rough along the coastal places with maximum wave height of 3m and moderate along rest of the coasts.

Information Source: Muscat Daily

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