In its weather report for today, the Saudi Meteorological Center expected a continuation of moderate to heavy thunderstorms, accompanied by active winds that lead to torrential rains in the Jazan region and parts of the Asir region.
While the opportunity is still ripe for the formation of rainy thunderclouds accompanied by active winds on the heights of the regions of Al Baha and Makkah Al Mukarramah, it may extend to parts of the heights of Al Madinah Al Munawwarah.
The effect of active winds continues to limit the extent of horizontal visibility in the eastern region and extends to the southern parts of the Riyadh region, and the formation of fog during the night and early morning hours on the southwestern heights is not excluded.
The report indicated that the surface wind movement on the Red Sea will be northwesterly to northwesterly on the northern part, and southwesterly to westerly in the southern and central part, at a speed of 15-35 km/hr, which may reach 40 km/hr with thunder clouds on the southern part, and the wave height from One to two meters, and the condition of the sea is medium.
While the surface wind movement on the Arabian Gulf is northwesterly to northerly at a speed of 20-40 km/h, the wave height is from one to one and a half meters, and the state of the sea is medium.