The National Center of Yemeni Meteorology, during its forecast bulletin for weather conditions for today, warned of relatively cold weather in a number of governorates and cloudy in a number of others during the coming hours.
The bulletin, seen by the Yemeni scene, expected that the mountainous heights would witness clear to partly cloudy weather and relatively cold weather during the night and early morning, with minimum temperatures ranging between 07-13 dm, partly cloudy to cloudy during the day, and sporadic rains of varying intensity are expected. It is sometimes accompanied by thunder on separate parts of the western mountain range, as well as parts of the heights of Mahra, Hadramawt, Shabwa, Al-Bayda and Abyan, during the afternoon and evening periods.
The bulletin stated that the coastal areas will have clear to partly cloudy weather that will turn to cloudy, and scattered rain is expected on parts of the western coasts and the adjacent interior areas, and on parts of the southern and eastern coasts and the adjacent interior highlands. The relative humidity on the coastal areas ranges between 45-85% .
She pointed out that the desert areas will witness partly cloudy to cloudy weather, and scattered light rain may fall, and the winds will be northeasterly in general, and the relative humidity ranges between 10-50%.
While the Socotra archipelago will witness partly cloudy weather and scattered light rains may fall on the southern parts of the archipelago. The winds are active southwesterly, reaching a maximum speed of 25 knots, working to disturb the sea and high waves.
The National Center of Meteorology warned citizens:
• In areas where rain is expected from the flow of torrents in reefs and valleys, and it is advised not to be in the valleys and streams of torrents during and after the rain, in order to preserve their safety and the safety of their properties.
• Drivers of vehicles on mountain roads may be prevented from reducing the horizontal visibility as a result of precipitation and the formation of water mist or fog.
• Sea-goers, fishermen and ship captains in the Socotra Archipelago and the eastern coasts from strong winds, sea turbulence and high waves.