Anticipated Rainfall Forecasted Across Parts of Oman

  • Publish date: Saturday، 08 June 2024
Anticipated Rainfall Forecasted Across Parts of Oman

Prepare for potential precipitation as isolated rain, occasional thundershowers, and downdrafts are forecasted over the Al Hajar mountains and Dhofar Governorate later on Sunday, June 8th.

Saturday witnessed scattered rainfall across several governorates of the Sultanate, with notable amounts recorded in various regions.

Rakhyut recorded the highest rainfall at 59 mm, followed by Mirbat at 28 mm, Bidiya at 19 mm, Ibra at 15 mm, Al-Dama and Al-Ta’in at 9 mm, Al-Qabil at 8 mm, Sumail at 2 mm, and Dhalkut at 1 mm, according to data released by the Ministry of Agricultural Wealth, Fisheries, and Water Resources.

The General Directorate of Meteorology projects mainly clear skies across most governorates on Sunday, with the possibility of advection clouds and isolated rain along parts of Dhofar governorate coasts.

While South Al-Sharqiya, Al-Wusta, Dhofar, sections of the Oman Sea Coasts, and the Musandam Coasts may experience low-level cloud or fog patches, dust may rise over deserts and open areas.

During rainfall, dust raising, fog formation, and downdraft, expect reduced horizontal visibility, necessitating precautionary measures. Stay informed and stay safe.

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