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Cities of Saudi Arabia to see the hottest days in coming days

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Cities of Saudi Arabia to see the hottest days in coming days

Cities of Saudi Arabia to see the hottest days this week and more to come. As per the latest update, Dammam recorded its hottest day at 47 Celcius on 11th June 2020 day time. But the capital city is going to witness the hottest day so far this year on 17th June 2020. More details below on major cities’ temperatures.

Cities of Saudi Arabia to see the hottest days in coming days

Riyadh

As you can see from the screenshot of AccuWeather below, Riyadh will see consistent hot temperatures throughout the following days. But 17th June will be 46C temperature. So get your AC ready and plenty of drinks.

Cities of Saudi Arabia to see the hottest days in coming days
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Dammam

Dammam has seen the hottest day today so far, but it will return again as you can see in the images below.

Cities of Saudi Arabia to see the hottest days in coming days
Cities of Saudi Arabia to see the hottest days in coming days

Hofuf

Hofuf is going to break Dammam’s record again on 48C temperature.

Jeddah

The western region Jeddah will see the temperature between 34-37 C in the coming days. A bit better than other cities in comparison.

Cities of Saudi Arabia to see the hottest days in coming days
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