The strongest cold wave this year in Riyadh might reach -3°C

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The strongest cold wave this year in Riyadh might reach -3°C. The official spokesman Hussein Al-Qahtanii expects that the Riyadh region will witness the strongest cold wave for winter this year, starting (Friday, 21st January 2022) and (Saturday, 22nd January 2022). 

The strongest cold wave this year in Riyadh might reach -3°C

Hussein Al-Qahtanii explained that the expected temperatures during this wave in Northern Borders, Al Hail, and North Madinah Munawwara may reach -5°C. Snow will fall on the northern areas of the Kingdom.

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