Tabuk’s snow and the heat is fluctuating .. A weather condition heralded by Al-Hussaini: This is M.

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He said: They are classified from light to medium .. and parts of Makkah, Madinah, Al Shamalia and others

The weather researcher, a member of the Climate Nomenclature Committee, Abdulaziz Al-Hussaini, predicted; Air condition from Wednesday 6/14/1442 AH, which can be classified from light to medium.

He added through his Twitter account: “It will be in limited and dispersed parts from Makkah, Madinah, Tabuk, Al Shamalia, Hail, Qassim, Tihama Al-Baha, Asir, Jizan, North Al Sharqiya and Kuwait.

He continued: “The possibility of light snow in the heights of Tabuk, preceded by a rise and then a decrease in temperature and winds.”

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Tabuk’s snow and the heat is fluctuating … A weather condition heralded by Al-Hussaini: This is its time

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The weather researcher, a member of the Climate Nomenclature Committee, Abdulaziz Al-Hussaini, predicted; Air condition from Wednesday 6/14/1442 AH, which can be classified from light to medium.

He added through his Twitter account: “It will be in limited and dispersed parts from Makkah, Madinah, Tabuk, Al Shamalia, Hail, Qassim, Tihama Al-Baha, Asir, Jizan, North Al Sharqiya and Kuwait.

He continued: “The possibility of light snow in the heights of Tabuk, preceded by a rise and then a decrease in temperature and winds.”

January 25, 2021 – Jumada Al-Akhir 12, 1442

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He said: They are classified from light to medium .. and parts of Makkah, Madinah, Al Shamalia and others

The weather researcher, a member of the Climate Nomenclature Committee, Abdulaziz Al-Hussaini, predicted; Air condition from Wednesday 6/14/1442 AH, which can be classified from light to medium.

He added through his Twitter account: “It will be in limited and dispersed parts from Makkah, Madinah, Tabuk, Al Shamalia, Hail, Qassim, Tihama Al-Baha, Asir, Jizan, North Al Sharqiya and Kuwait.

He continued: “The possibility of light snow in the heights of Tabuk, preceded by a rise and then a decrease in temperature and winds.”





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