Kuwait's temperature has reached an abnormal level of 50 degrees Celsius, according to meteorologist Essa Ramadan at the Directorate General of Civil Aviation.
Ramadan informed KUNA that the northwest wind speed will increase with a chance of dust in desert areas, adding that an increase in the height of waves on Tuesday will also be expected.
Also, humidity levels will decrease until Wednesday, but it is expected for the temperature to increase in desert areas, Jahra, and the suburbs of Kuwait City.
Ramadan added that humidity will return tomorrow evening and will continue until the weekend, especially in the coastal suburbs and in the marine areas.
According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) in the United States, some areas in Kuwait and Iraq reached the highest temperate this area has witnessed in 137 years, in the months of June and July.