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Rain expected as per the National Center of Meteorology in multiple regions

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Rain expected as per the National Center of Meteorology in multiple regions of Saudi Arabia. The latest update mentions several affecting areas and regions. These areas are located in Central, Eastern and Western Regions, along with Northern Borders. Details of cities are below.

Rain expected as per the National Center of Meteorology in multiple regions

The National Center of Meteorology mentioned: “A rainy event is expected, God willing, after the middle of next week, affecting areas: Tabuk, Medina, Makkah (including the coasts), and affects parts of Hail, Al-Qassim, Riyadh, Al-Sharqiya, and the northern borders.”

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