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Cold fronts affect Kuwait, causing temperatures to drop even further

Ben Garcia

Kuwait: According to meteorologist Adel Saadoun, temperatures in Kuwait will drop further over the weekend. The head of the Alfintus Observatory told the Kuwait Times yesterday that the cold fronts caused by cold fronts could last longer, depending on the weather affecting Turkey, Syria, Iran and Iraq. ..

“We are now in the midst of a cold front. A cold front is formed when a mass of cold air is pushed into a warm air mass. A cold front can make a difference in the weather, as well. It can be unpredictable. The cold weather we are experiencing right now is from the cold fronts that meet the warm weather from the Gulf and the cold weather from the regions of Siberia and Turkey, Syria, Iran and Iraq, “he said. Told.

“This phenomenon can be characterized by strong winds, hail storms, cold and heavy rains, lightning, and lightning,” Saadoun said. According to him, temperatures in the desert can reach 2 degrees Celsius and even zero.

Today’s weather is cold and it is expected that clouds will be scattered. The maximum temperature is expected to be 14 degrees Celsius and the minimum temperature is expected to be 4 degrees Celsius. Weather forecasts also predict the possibility of frost in agriculture and desert areas that last until the weekend. Temperatures are also expected to remain low, ranging from a minimum of 13 degrees to a minimum of 2 degrees.

In the frigid weather, some locals and residents like to spend time in the desert with their families. “I want to warn everyone not to use coal for heating. The problem is that when they are in the desert they are unaware of the dangers it poses to the environment and personal well-being. They ignite coal. I advise campers not to use charcoal for heating, as the carbon monoxide produced by coal can kill them when they fall asleep, “said Saadoun. “Always wear a comfortable jacket and headcover to protect your body,” he added.

Saadoun also told the Kuwait Times that Ramadan will fall in April, so the weather will be fine. “The weather in Ramadan is great. April is usually not so cold or hot, so I think this year will be a great month for Ramadan,” he said.

https://www.kuwaittimes.com/temperature-to-drop-further-as-cold-front-affects-kuwait/ Cold fronts affect Kuwait, causing temperatures to drop even further

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