Three Yemeni cities recorded, today, Tuesday, the lowest temperatures during the current winter season.
The National Center of Meteorology stated that the lowest temperatures recorded by weather monitoring stations this morning were 4.5 degrees in Dhamar, followed by Sana’a with 5.6 degrees Celsius, then Amran with 6 degrees, Ibb city: 7, Al Saddah: 8, and Al Mahwit: 9 degrees.
The center indicated that the weather during the next 24 hours will be generally cold on the mountainous range of the governorates of Saada, Amran, Sanaa, Dhamar, Al-Bayda and the high areas of the governorates of Ibb, Lahj and Al-Dhalea, and relatively cold over parts of the deserts and internal plateaus during the night and early morning hours.
He cautioned citizens in those governorates or those going to them against the drop in minimum temperatures, especially the elderly, the sick, children, school students and workers during the night and early morning.
He warned farmers of the effects of cold weather on their crops.
This comes after the astronomer Muhammad Ayyash announced the return of lower temperatures during the coming days on the high mountainous areas and the relative stability of their rates at levels (8° to 5°) degrees Celsius during the first half of November.