Kuwait to experience climate instability starting from Mid-Ramadan

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KUWAIT CITY, March 30: Al-Ajairi Scientific Center said that the state of climate instability that the country is currently witnessing is due to the transition from one season to another and the overlapping of seasons, which results in active movement of winds, instability, thunderstorms and hail. The center added in a press release on Wednesday, that the periods of Sabq Al Sarayat and Al Sarayat that we are living in now are an overlap between the seasons of Al Hamim, which ends on the second of April. The next season will be followed by the Dhara’an season, and thus we will witness a set of climatic changes and a state of weather instability.

He explained that the next season, known as Al- Dhara’an, is characterized by the Sarayat, which is one of its distinctive signs, and represents a passing phenomenon during it, and the angle of the sun is high, which allows it to heat the soil directly without heating the air, this increases the speed of the air currents before the hot air replaces the cold air, causing dust. He also indicated that Dhara’an is considered one of the most dangerous seasons due to the change in wind speed and direction without allowing for accurate forecasting. The heat extends for 26 days divided into two stars, and Ramadan this year will have a share of it, especially in its second half. (KUNA)

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