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Snowfall in Saudi Arabia

White and brown merged into one color as snow covered the desert sand in central and northwestern regions in Saudi Arabia after temperatures dropped below zero degree Celsius. In the central city of Shakra and the northwestern city of Tabuk, thin layers of snow carpeted the ground, Saudi Gazette said in a report. In Tabarjal,...

SAMAA | - Posted: Nov 29, 2016 | Last Updated: 4 years ago
SAMAA |
Posted: Nov 29, 2016 | Last Updated: 4 years ago
Snowfall in Saudi Arabia

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White and brown merged into one color as snow covered the desert sand in central and northwestern regions in Saudi Arabia after temperatures dropped below zero degree Celsius.

In the central city of Shakra and the northwestern city of Tabuk, thin layers of snow carpeted the ground, Saudi Gazette said in a report.

In Tabarjal, a town located in the northern Al-Jawf region temperatures reached -3 degree Celsius, and in Al-Quryat, a northern province, the temperature was -1 degree Celsius, the report added.

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While mid-October usually marks the short-lived peak for Saudi Arabia’s rainfall season, the Kingdom is still experiencing light to medium showers.

Professor Abdallah Al-Musanad, professor of climate science at Qassim University, told Alarabiya.net, that rainfall is expected by the end of this week in all of western, eastern and central Saudi Arabia.

He said this is “the second rainfall this season,” even though 40 days have passed since the end of rain season.

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