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Oman weather : Several monitoring stations record rainfall
January 15, 2020 | 10:41 AM
by Times News Service
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Muscat: Rainfall was recorded across several meteorological stations in the Sultanate in the last 24 hours.

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According to Oman Meteorology, “The amount of rain recorded in Millimeters (mm) at some of the meteorological stations of the Public Authority of Civil Aviation (PACA) during the past 24 hours are: 24.6 mm in Khasab, 22.4 mm in Bukha, 9.6 mm in Liwa, 7.0 mm in Suhar, 4.6 mm in Al Amerat, 4.0 mm in Madha, and 1.4 mm in Dibba.”

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PACA said in a statement, "Continued heavy rain of varying abundance in the coastal areas of the Oman Sea, with the intensity of the rains concentrated on the coasts of Muscat up to South Al Sharqiyah ‘Ras al-Hadd’ Governorate. The highest amount of rain until 10 AM in the morning at the Muscat Monitoring Station reached 42.8 mm and at Al-Seeb Station it reached 31.2 mm."



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