Yemeni astronomer Adnan Al-Shawafi reviewed his astronomical forecasts for the arrangement of the governorates in the cumulative precipitation.
Al-Shawafi said that the arrangement of cities and governorates from highest to lowest according to the average cumulative precipitation expected at the region level for thunderstorms of varying intensity, while not excluding the formation of very heavy rain cells in some areas in any governorate.
He warned that everyone should be careful, especially that the risks are not only related to the amount of precipitation, but other factors such as infrastructure and others have a major role, so alerts remain for all governorates without exception. As follows:
● Ibb – Dhamar – Raymah – Al Dhale’ – Al Mahwit – Sana’a – Al Amana – Amran – Hajjah – West Saada – Taiz.
● Al-Hodeidah – Al-Bayda – west of Marib – west of Al-Jawf – Abyan – Lahj – Aden – Shabwa – the plateaus and highlands of Hadramout and Al-Mahra – the interior deserts and the Socotra archipelago and the rest of the regions.
He pointed out that with regard to the precipitation coverage of the areas, it is expected by the end of the week that it will have covered approximately 70% of the areas in the governorates in western Yemen and approximately 25% of the areas in the governorates in eastern Yemen.
Source: أباره برس by abarahpress.com.
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