“A flaming stressful atmosphere” .. the 50-year heat hits these areas, and here is its time

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Warnings, including not to long exposure to the sun or leaving children inside the vehicle

Meteorology and forecasting centers have warned of additional temperature rises that will affect the eastern region and Hafr Al-Batin, starting from the beginning of next week, so that a very hot and exhausting atmosphere will prevail, including the entire interior of the eastern region and Hafr Al-Batin.

In the details published by the “Arab Weather” website, it is expected that the Hafr Al-Batin region will be blown by very hot dry westerly winds coming from desert areas, raising the temperatures to levels touching the 50 degrees Celsius barrier, and thus a hot and exhausting atmosphere prevails.

Al-Ahsa is affected by northerly to northeasterly winds, with high temperatures expected to approach 50 degrees Celsius on Saturday and Sunday, as is the case in the general interior parts of the eastern region.

Based on the expected temperature, it should be noted the need to adhere to the following instructions to prevent heat strokes and the risks of heat stress, by not direct and prolonged exposure to sunlight, especially at noon and afternoon times, and by drinking sufficient quantities of water to hydrate the body and compensating for the lack of fluids resulting from sweating, and not leaving children inside the vehicle; Due to the large and massive thermal storage inside the vehicles.

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“A flaming stressful atmosphere” .. the 50-year heat hits these areas, and here is its time

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Meteorology and forecasting centers have warned of additional temperature rises that will affect the eastern region and Hafr Al-Batin, starting from the beginning of next week, so that a very hot and exhausting atmosphere will prevail, including the entire interior of the eastern region and Hafr Al-Batin.

In the details published by the “Arab Weather” website, it is expected that the Hafr Al-Batin region will be blown by very hot dry westerly winds coming from desert areas, raising the temperatures to levels touching the 50 degrees Celsius barrier, and thus a hot and exhausting atmosphere prevails.

Al-Ahsa is affected by northerly to northeasterly winds, with high temperatures expected to approach 50 degrees Celsius on Saturday and Sunday, as is the case in the general interior parts of the eastern region.

Based on the expected temperature, it should be noted the need to adhere to the following instructions to prevent heat strokes and the risks of heat stress, by not direct and prolonged exposure to sunlight, especially at noon and afternoon times, and by drinking sufficient quantities of water to hydrate the body and compensating for the lack of fluids resulting from sweating, and not leaving children inside the vehicle; Due to the large and massive thermal storage inside the vehicles.

June 24, 2021 – Dhu al-Qi’dah 14, 1442

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Warnings, including not to long exposure to the sun or leaving children inside the vehicle

Meteorology and forecasting centers have warned of additional temperature increases that will affect the eastern region and Hafr Al-Batin, starting from the beginning of next week, so that a very hot and exhausting atmosphere will prevail, including the entire interior of the eastern region and Hafr Al-Batin.

In the details published by the “Arab Weather” website, it is expected that the Hafr Al-Batin region will be blown by very hot dry westerly winds coming from desert areas, raising the temperatures to levels touching the 50 degrees Celsius barrier, and thus a hot and exhausting atmosphere prevails.

Al-Ahsa is affected by northerly to northeasterly winds, with high temperatures expected to approach 50 degrees Celsius on Saturday and Sunday, as is the case in the general interior parts of the eastern region.

Based on the expected temperature, it should be noted the need to adhere to the following instructions to prevent heat strokes and the risks of heat stress, by not direct and prolonged exposure to sunlight, especially at noon and afternoon times, and by drinking sufficient quantities of water to hydrate the body and compensating for the lack of fluids resulting from sweating, and not leaving children inside the vehicle; Due to the large and massive thermal storage inside the vehicles.





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