Kuwait enters hottest season with extreme temperatures from June 7

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Al-Ujairi Scientific Center warns of intensifying heat starting June 7

KUWAIT CITY, May 28: The Al-Ujairi Scientific Center announced on Tuesday that the hottest season of the year will commence on June 7. As temperatures begin to rise, the weather will become increasingly dry over the following two weeks, the center stated in a press release.

The country has now entered the Al-Bateen rainstorm, marking the final phase of the canna season, which lasts for 13 days. This period includes the start of the intense summer heat, characterized by short or non-existent shadows on some days and the sun’s rays being directly overhead.

During this period, temperatures will climb, reaching extreme highs in various regions, including the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries. The Al-Ujairi Scientific Center noted that the Al-Bateen star’s rising is marked by strong northwesterly winds, which cause temperatures to increase from sunrise to sunset, often resulting in dusty conditions.

Additionally, the center highlighted that during the Al-Bateen period, daylight hours will extend to over 13 hours and 47 minutes, while nighttime will become shorter, with sunset occurring at approximately 6:40 PM.

The Al-Ujairi Scientific Center’s announcement prepares the region for the approaching severe heat, emphasizing the need for residents to take necessary precautions as temperatures soar.

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