The National Meteorological Center has confirmed that the state will continue to be affected during the current period due to the presence of a shallow air mass from the east and an elevated air mass from the west. Additionally, there is a weak atmospheric depression in the upper atmosphere.
It is worth noting that today's weather will remain unstable and partly cloudy to cloudy, with the possibility of some cumulus clouds and precipitation. Scattered rainfall is accompanied by lightning and thunder in different regions. The temperatures are decreasing, and the winds are moderate in speed, ranging from northeasterly to southeasterly. These winds are active and occasionally strong, causing dust and reducing horizontal visibility. The wind speed ranges from 20 to 35 km/h. The speed on the tumultuous water can reach up to 65 km/h, accompanied by wave clouds in the Arabian Gulf and the water of Oman.
According to his statement, tomorrow's weather will be partly cloudy to cloudy, with a chance of rain in the northern and eastern regions during the day. It will become wet at night until Wednesday morning, with a possibility of fog or light fog in some inland and coastal areas, particularly in the western regions. The winds will be blowing from the northeast to the south. The eastern winds have a variable speed ranging from 15 to 25 km/h, occasionally reaching up to 40 km/h in turbulent sea conditions. These winds are accompanied by clouds that can cause dust and sandstorms. In the morning, the sea has tumultuous waves with clouds, but later in the day, the waves become lighter in the Arabian Gulf and the Sea of Oman. The center forecasted that the weather on Wednesday will transition from clear to partly cloudy. The temperatures are expected to increase during the day and it will become wet at night until Thursday morning. There is a chance of light fog in some inland areas. The winds will continue to blow from the northeast to southeast, with a light to moderate intensity. Occasionally, it exhibits activity with a velocity that varies between 15 and 25 km/h, reaching up to 35 km/h when traversing the sea. This speed is typical for waves found in the Persian Gulf and the Sea of Oman.
The center forecasts that next Thursday's weather will be mostly clear and partly cloudy. There will be rain in the evening, continuing until Friday morning, with a chance of light fog in some inland areas. The winds will be light to moderate, occasionally strong, blowing from the northeast to southeast at speeds ranging from 10 to 20 km/h, reaching up to 35 km/h over the sea. The waves will be gentle in the Arabian Gulf and the Sea of Oman.