The strongest cold wave this year in Riyadh begins tomorrow. Weather and climate researcher Abdulaziz Al-Hussaini expects that the Riyadh region will witness the strongest cold wave for winter this year, starting tomorrow (Tuesday, 12th January 2021) and that it will last for three days.
The strongest cold wave this year in Riyadh begins tomorrow
Al-Hussaini explained that the expected temperatures during this wave will range between 2 and 6 degrees Celsius, with the chance of frost forming outside the cities of the region (Source: Akhbaar).
The weather on the apps are not showing that weather but the health expert has indicated that will be between 2-6C. The app is still showing the temperature near to the suggested tempearture, so get ready for cold weather.
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