Kuwait to witness some more rain
Kuwait is forecast to witness sporadic rain after nightfall due to effects of an incoming African depression from the west, said the chief meteorologist Mohammad Karam. He said that the depression causes northeasterly winds that turn light and southeasterly, 15-30 km/h, to be coupled with clouds.
The southeasterly gales are forecast to continue whipping the country till tomorrow's early hours, then turn into northwesterly winds, speed of which will vary between 15-45 km/h, spewing dust particularly in uninhabited regions.
Visibility is forecast no less than 1,500 m. Dust will subside after sundown and settle at night. Temperature is expected to range between 36 and 38 degrees.