Expectations of temperatures higher than their rates during the coming winter
11/1/2017 12:00:00 AM
The forecasts of the quarterly models of a number of global centers approved by the Department of Meteorology indicate that the average temperature in the coming months (November, December, January) will be higher than the general rates of 0.4-0.7 ° C and the probability of reaching 50-60% The Director General of the Department of Meteorology, Acting Engineer Hussein Momani said in a press statement that while the amounts of rainfall for the month of November, December, on the monthly rates of public and slightly less and the probability of up to 40% Momani pointed out that the rains last October were Below the general monthly average (October rainfall is usually 2.5% of the Kingdom's annual rainfall). During the month, the Kingdom was affected by two types of instability. The northern regions, including the Jordan and the central regions of the Kingdom, witnessed moderate to moderate rainfall (1% 2%) of the overall seasonal average, while the rest of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia did not see any precipitation little, and the region of Ras Muneif recorded the highest daily rainfall of 7.0 mm on 09/10/2017 while the region recorded the highest area of ??the month of this month was 9.2 mm Which represents 2% of the average seasonal year and the atmosphere during the month of October for this The year was a nice autumn to moderate temperature in the capital Amman and mountain areas during the day and a pleasant atmosphere to a relatively cool at night while the atmosphere prevailed moderately to relatively warm in the areas of the Badia and the valleys and Aqaba during the day and moderate weather at night and Momani that the average temperature during the month of October in the capital Amman 26.6 ° C, which is less than the general average of about 0.5 ° C, while the minimum temperature for this month was 15.4 ° C, which saw a rise of 1.3 ° C than the monthly average of 14.1 ° C and the temperature expected for Wednesday and Thursday Thursday elmo The atmosphere is pleasant in the mountainous and steppe mountains, and is relatively warm in the Jordan Valley and Aqaba, with clouds showing at low altitudes. Winds are northwesterly moderate to high and expected in Amman at 22 ° C. On Friday, the weather is partly cloudy in most regions of the country, Light and scattered rain, especially in the north and center of the Kingdom, winds northwesterly moderate to moderate afternoon in the east of the Kingdom and be dusty, and is expected to be in the city of Amman 21
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The atmosphere of Eid al-Adha
8/27/2017 12:00:00 AM
The Director General of the Department of Meteorology Engineer Hussein Momani expected that the weather will be a nice summer during Eid al-Adha Al-Momani said in a press statement that the Kingdom is expected to be affected by moderate-temperature air masses accompanied by a high air altitude that is centered above the average with the beginning of Eid al-Adha and expected temperatures to be around its general rates for the same period of the year. Al-Momani said in a press statement that the numerical models in the Department of Meteorology indicate that the Kingdom was affected by the first day of Eid al-Adha with moderate air masses accompanied by high altitude air to become the normal summer weather during daylight hours in the capital Amman and mountain areas with the emergence of clouds at different altitudes and pleasant atmosphere To moderate during the night and winds are northwesterly moderate to moderate sometimes active in the afternoon. Momani predicted that the maximum temperature in the capital Amman between (32-34) degrees Celsius, while the minimum temperature between (20-23) degrees Celsius, while the atmosphere is relatively hot to the lane in the valleys and Aqaba during the day with temperatures Ranging from 36-40 ° C with moderate to relatively warm skies during the night with temperatures ranging from 23-29 ° C. The predictions of numerical models for any rainfall do not indicate during this period. According to climate records in the Department of Meteorology, the maximum temperature in the capital Amman for the month of September is 30.7 degrees Celsius with a minimum temperature of 16.9 degrees Celsius, and the highest temperature recorded in the capital Amman, Oman in September was 40.6 degrees Celsius on 11/09 (1960) with the lowest temperature recorded on 23/09/1959 at 8.9 degrees Celsius. The highest temperature recorded at the Kingdom level for September was 46.0 degrees Celsius at the university farm station on 30/09/2002, while the Shubak station recorded the lowest temperature in September was 0.4 degrees Celsius on 17/09/2004. It is noteworthy that the capital city of Amman and for the past 95 years has seen 26 free wave in September, the latest hot wave, which affected the Kingdom in the period (07-12) September 2015 and lasted for 6 days, which is also the longest September heat wave recorded Where the city of Oman, a major temperature of 39.3 degrees Celsius on 11/09/2015, which is higher than the overall average by 8.2 ° C. The average annual rainfall for the month of September at the Amman Civil Airport monitoring station is 0.3 mm. The highest daily rainfall at Amman Civil Airport was 15.4 mm on 28/09/1943 and is also considered the highest monthly total for the month of September 1943. The earliest rainfall in the month of September was at the monitoring station in Irbid on the fourth of September 1969, where the total daily rainfall of 5.3 mm, while the station recorded the highest peak daily on 25/09/2011 was 18.4 mm. While the station witnessed the highest total Irbid September's rainfall was 23.1 mm in 1959 The forecasts of the quarterly models of a number of the global centers approved by the Department of Meteorology indicate that the average temperature in the months (September, October, November) will be higher than the general rates of 0.3-0.6 degrees Celsius and the probability of reaching 60% -70% , While rainfall in September, November and November is expected to be around 70 percent to 80 percent.
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Summer Solstice
7/20/2017 12:00:00 AM
On Wednesday, the date of the summer solstice will take place at 7: 24 am, which will last approximately 93 days, ending on September 22. The Director of the Department of Meteorology, Engineer Hussein Momani said that the sun will rise from the extreme north-east corner of 61 degrees at 5:30 minutes, and absent at the maximum north-west corner of 299 degrees, at exactly 7:45 minutes, so the length of the day 14 Hour and 14 minutes, the longest day of the year, while the length of the night is 9 hours and 46 minutes, which is the shortest night of the year. He said that with the beginning of the summer coup, the sun will be completely vertical in the orbit of the cancer, which is located north of the equator by approximately 23.5 degrees and climate in this period begins the impact of hotwaves, which is the source of wind mostly from the north of the Arabian Peninsula due to the extended impact of the Indian seasonal low, The temperature rises to high levels during the heat waves to 45 ° C in most areas of Jordan, accompanied by an increase in water evaporation, outbreaks of diseases, sun strikes, extreme thirst, low pressure, appearance of some exotic insects. In the capital, Amman, the average temperature of the summer temperature is 9,31 and the average temperature is 4.18. The city of Oman experienced the longest wave of heat for six days in July 1978. The highest temperature recorded in Amman was 5 , Compared with the general average of 0.11 on July 30, 2000 and August 20, 2010. The lowest temperature recorded in Amman during this period was 2.10, which is lower than its general average by 2.7 on June 31, 1958. At the Kingdom level, the highest peak recorded during the summer period was 8,48 at the Wadi Al Rayyan station on 20 August 2010, while the lowest temperature was 4.0 at Al Shobak station on 17 September 2004. This period may see summer rains as happened On the 22nd of 2012 where the city of Irbid recorded 2.9 mm. According to climate records in the Department of Meteorology that the number of hot flashes in the city of Amman during the summer amounted to 64 waves in the past 95 years. The summer of 2010 witnessed the highest temperature and was higher than the general average by 4.2 ° C and 2.25 by the summer of 2015, an increase of 3.2 degrees. The forecasts of the quarterly models of a number of global centers dealt with by the Jordanian Meteorological Service indicate that the summer months will be higher than the general rates from 4.0 to 6.0 degrees Celsius and up to 60 percent and also indicate that the month of August will be the highest At temperatures of about 0.6 ° C below its general average.
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Climate scientists plan to expand data collection in polar regions
5/21/2017 12:00:00 AM
The World Meteorological Organization (WMO) announced on Monday that more than 50 air watchdogs and observatories from more than 20 countries will cooperate on expanding data collection dramatically in the polar regions. Under the leadership of the Alfred Figner Foundation in the northern German city of Bremerhaven, the project aims to send more meteorological balloons and buoys to better ways of documenting rapid climate change in the North and South Poles and also to improve weather forecasts. "Temperatures in the Arctic and parts of Antarctica are twice as fast as the rest of the world, causing the melting of glaciers, shrinking sea ice and ice cover," said project head Thomas Jong of the World Meteorological Organization. "The impact of this is felt in other parts of the world - as is evident in rising sea levels and changing weather and climate patterns." There are enormous problems in the Arctic and Antarctica. The extent of sea ice was at its lowest level in January since measurements began in 1979, the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration said in February. In the Arctic, the volume of sea ice was below its 1981-2010 average of 9% while in Antarctica it was 23% lower. As ice melts, activities in polar regions such as tourism, new shipping routes and raw material extraction are increasing, adding to the risk, according to the Secretary-General of the World Meteorological Organization (WMO).
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