This part of Oman recorded the most rainfall
December 8, 2019 | 11:28 AM
by Times News Service
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Muscat: Air depression Thujaj has caused heavy to moderate rainfall over most parts of the Sultanate since Thursday and this will continue till Tuesday, 10 December according to the Public Authority for Civil Aviation (PACA).

On Sunday, PACA released rainfall statistics for the past 24 hours, recorded in mm from some of its monitoring stations across the Sultanate.

Ibri has recieved the highest rainfall at 68 mm while Ras Al Hadd recieved 63.4 mm of rainfall. The figures for the other stations in mm are : Al Rustaq 43.2, Al Buraimi 30.8, Yanqul 25.2, Al Mudhaibi 23.8, Liwa 22.8, Al Senainah 21.6, Sohar 18.8, Dhank 18.0, Al Ashkhara 15.2, Ibar 12.4, Qalhat 11.2, Al Khaboura 11.0, Saham 10.2, Al Suwaiq 10.2, SIQ 8.4, Nizwa 7.6, Sur 5.4 and Izki 4.2.

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