Meteorological expert Essa Ramadan says the country will observe high temperature at the end of the week, and temperature in the desert areas in particular may rise above 48 Celsius degrees for several days, reports Al- Seyassah daily.
Observer of the stations and atmosphere at Meteorological Services Department stressed that Kuwait and surrounding areas will be affected by a wave of heat exceeding the temperature witnessed in the first two weeks of Ramadan. He expected the dust to increase in open desert areas.
This could help reduce the temperature. He added hot and dry weather will be witnessed at night as of July 3 and July 15 — the start of midsummer when high temperature is observed with drought.
Source: Arab Times