Muscat: The National Center for Early Warning of Multiple Hazards has confirmed that the air depression that affected the Sultanate since the last two days have started to recede.
A statement issued online by Oman News Agency, ( ONA ), said:”The analysis of the National Center for Early Warning of Multiple Hazards indicates the start of the recession of the air depression today Thursday, which affected the Sultanate two days ago.”
Gaifar bin Hamad Al Busaidi, a meteorologist, confirmed in a statement to Oman News Agency that today the air depression that affected the Sultanate two days ago will witness a decline, with opportunities for local formations to form on Al Hajar Mountains extending to the coasts of the Sea of Oman and the coasts of the Arabian Sea with scattered rain.
He added that the rains continue in the governorates of Al Dakhiliya and South Al Batinah and parts of the governorates of Dhofar and North Al Sharqiyah, and may extend to the governorates of Muscat and South Al Sharqiyah in the coming hours.
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