A new warning of low temperatures in nine Yemeni governorates

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Today, Friday, the Yemeni National Center of Meteorology issued a new warning of low temperatures in nine mountainous Yemeni governorates, during the next 24 hours.

In its weather bulletin, which was viewed by “The Yemeni Scene”, the center warned the elderly, the sick, children, school students, and workers during the night and early morning in the mountainous governorates of the cold weather.

He warned farmers of the effects of cold weather on their agricultural crops, as well as fishermen and sea-goers at the entrance to Bab al-Mandab and the southern parts of the western coasts, from the turbulence of the sea and high waves.

The center expected clear and cold weather during the night and early morning in the governorates of Dhamar, Amran, Sana’a, Al Bayda, Saada and the higher areas of the governorates of Abyan, Lahj, Al Dhale’ and Ibb, with minimum temperatures ranging between 4 to 8 degrees Celsius.

He pointed out that the weather will be clear to partly cloudy during the day, with the possibility of scattered cells of cumulus clouds forming over parts of the western and southwestern highlands in the afternoon.

He pointed out that the weather in the coastal areas will be clear to partly cloudy with the possibility of cumulus clouds forming on parts of the western and southwestern coasts and the corresponding interior highlands, and winds will be active on parts of the western coasts and the entrance to Bab al-Mandab, reaching a maximum speed of 25 knots, exciting dust and sand.

He mentioned that the weather in the desert areas will be clear in general, dry and relatively cold during the evening and early morning, the minimum temperatures range between 10-15 degrees Celsius, while the weather in the Socotra archipelago will be clear to partly cloudy in general.

Earlier, astronomers Muhammad Ayyash and Adnan al-Shawafi conflicted about the weather during the next week.



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