Muscat, The latest weather charts and analysis of the National Multi Hazards Early Warning Center show that the upper air trough over the Arabian Sea continues to affect most of the Sultanate.


The effects are expected to cause advections of clouds with chances of rain and thundershowers associated with fresh downdraft winds, flow of wadis and local flash floods over the Governorates of Dhofar, the Governorate of Al Wusta, Al Hajar Mountains and their adjoining areas.


The sea state is expected to be rough along the coasts of the Arabian Sea with wave height ranging from 3.0 to 4.0 meters, while along the coast of Oman Sea it will be moderate with a maximum wave height of 2.0 meters.


The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) advices the public to take precautions during thundershowers, flows of wadis and unstable sea state and to follow its latest weather bulletins and reports.


Source: Oman News Agency

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