Yemeni alerts from rain of varying intensity in 4 governorates


The National Center of Yemeni Meteorology has issued its daily forecast for weather conditions and temperatures during the coming hours in the various governorates of the Republic.

The bulletin, which was monitored by the Yemeni scene, expected that the mountainous heights would witness a cloudy to partly cloudy atmosphere that tends to be relatively cold during the night and early morning. Rains of varying intensity, sometimes accompanied by thunder, are expected in separate parts of Sa’ada in the north to Taiz and Lahj in the south and on parts of the interior plateaus of the governorates (Al-Mahra, Hadramawt, Shabwa, Al-Bayda and Abyan) during the afternoon and evening periods.

The bulletin stated that the coastal areas will have partly cloudy to cloudy conditions and thunderstorms of varying intensity on parts of the eastern, southern and western coasts and the interior areas adjacent to those coasts, and winds ranging from 07 to 17 knots.

She indicated that the desert areas will witness an awakening to partly cloudy atmosphere, with scattered rain falling on parts of the deserts of the governorates (Al-Mahra, Hadhramaut, Shabwa, Marib and Al-Jawf) and the winds will be moderate, with speeds ranging from 07 to 15 knots.

While the weather in the Socotra archipelago will be partly cloudy to cloudy, with scattered rain, active winds with a maximum speed of 25 knots, working to disturb the sea and high waves.

The National Center of Meteorology warned fellow citizens:

* In areas where rain is expected from the flow of torrents in reefs and valleys, it is advised not to be in the valleys during and after the rain in order to preserve their safety and the safety of their properties.

* Vehicle drivers from reduced horizontal visibility as a result of precipitation or fog in the bends and mountain slopes.

* Fishermen and sea-goers in the archipelago of Socotra and Bab al-Mandab from the turbulence of the sea and the high waves.

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