The NCM announced that heavy rain to continue until Thursday in different cities

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Makkah and most other Saudi Arabian regions will continue to have moderate to heavy rains from Monday through Thursday, according to the National Center of Meteorology (NCM), with the threat of torrential rain and flash floods in Makkah’s coastal districts.

The weather center predicted that the rainy weather will be accompanied by hail, torrential rain, a dust storm, and reduced visibility in its weather report.

It was found that Al-Mahd, Wadi Al-Fara, and Al-Hanakiyah in the Madinah area, Rafha in the Northern Borders region, Hail, Baqa’a, Al-Ghazala, Al-Shanan, and the majority of other governorates in the Hail region, as well as Al-Majmaa, Al-Zulfi, Al-Ghat, Shaqra, Remah, and Afif in Riyadh region.

According to the NCM report, there would be rain in the Asir region’s Al-Namas, Balqarn, Al-Majaridah, Mahayil, Bariq, and Tanumah as well as in the Jazan region’s Faifa, Al-Khouba, Al-Ardah, Haroub, Al-Harth, and Al-Dair.

Al-Baha, Baljurashi, Al-Mandaq, Al-Qura, Qalwa, and Al-Makhwah in the Al-Baha region would also be affected.

On Sunday night and Monday, much of Jeddah and several other portions of the Makkah region suffered moderate to heavy rain.

As a result of the weather forecast calling for rain, all classes in Jeddah, Rabigh, and Khulais were canceled on Monday.

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