‘In­dia’s sea­sonal trough af­fects Kuwait weather’

Fri­day to be hot: KMC

Arab Times - - LOCAL -

KUWAIT CITY, June 14, (KUNA): Kuwait Me­te­o­ro­log­i­cal Cen­tre (KMC) said Thurs­day, the coun­try is still af­fected by In­dia’s sea­sonal trough, which sup­plies the re­gion with hot, rel­a­tively dry air masses.

Weather Fore­cast Mon­i­tor at Kuwait Me­te­o­ro­log­i­cal Cen­tre Ab­dul-Aziz Al-Qarawi said in a state­ment to KUNA, “the hot and dry air masses are break­ing the soil caus­ing dust in the air of north-west wind ac­tiv­ity and also lead­ing to a de­crease of hor­i­zon­tal vi­sion in some ar­eas, es­pe­cially in daylight hours, start­ing from Satur­day un­til next Mon­day.” Al-Qarawi also said, “The day­time weather will be hot and the wind is north­west­erly to the fluc­tu­at­ing trend. Light to mod­er­ate speed rang­ing from 08 to 35 kilo­me­ters per hour. The ex­pected max­i­mum tem­per­a­ture will be be­tween 42º to 44º de­grees Cel­sius and the sea state is mod­er­ated with a height of 1 to 4 foot.” To­day’s was rel­a­tively hot and windy. The trend is to a north­west­erly to mod­er­ate speed of 10 to 30 km per hour. The min­i­mum tem­per­a­ture was be­tween 29º C to 32º C and the sea state is mod­er­ated with a height of 1 to 3º C, Al-Qarawi added.

The weather will be hot on Fri­day and the wind is north­west­erly mild to mod­er­ate. The speed varies from 08 to 38 kilo­me­ters per hour and the ex­pected max­i­mum is 43º to 45º de­grees Cel­sius. The sea con­di­tion is mild to mod­er­ate, ris­ing from 1 to 4 feet and the weather on Fri­day night will be rel­a­tively hot and the winds will be north­west­erly mod­er­ate, rang­ing from 15 to 38 kilo­me­ters per hour and the min­i­mum ex­pected be­tween 30º to 33º de­grees Cel­sius and the sea state is mod­er­ated ris­ing from 3 to 5 feet, Al-Qarawi men­tioned.

Or­ga­nizer of the sym­po­sium ti­tled ‘Jerusalem and the Is­lamic Union’ Has­san Al-Qazaf stated the United States’ de­ci­sion to move its em­bassy to Jerusalem is cat­a­strophic in­deed, re­ports Al-Anba daily.

Al-Qazaf called on the Arab and Is­lamic coun­tries to de­clare an Is­lamic con­fed­er­acy to in­sti­gate prac­ti­cal ac­tion to save Jerusalem. He sug­gested a merger of the Arab League, Gulf Co­op­er­a­tion Coun­cil and the Is­lamic Co­op­er­a­tion Or­ga­ni­za­tion and mov­ing its head­quar­ters to Jerusalem un­der the name ‘Is­lamic Union’. He sug­gested mak­ing the de­ci­sions oblig­a­tory to all mem­bers, while tak­ing peace­ful po­lit­i­cal steps to sus­pend the US de­ci­sion.

For his part, Pales­tinian Am­bas­sador to Kuwait Rami Tah­boub praised the Kuwaiti stance on the Pales­tinian is­sue, and added the US de­ci­sion was planned years be­fore 1967 war and the oc­cu­pa­tion of Jerusalem. He pointed to re­lated de­ci­sions taken by Is­rael that pre­vent the re­turn of Arab in­hab­i­tants of Jerusalem stay­ing out­side for more than three years.

He added the Is­raeli au­thor­i­ties have im­posed high tax on the in­hab­i­tants of Jerusalem to force them out.

For his part, Bishop Ghat­tas Huzaim stressed the im­por­tant role Chris­tians play in de­fend­ing the Pales­tinian cause.


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