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The 40 days with highest temperatures in Saudi begin

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Saudi Arabia enters, starting today the hottest days of the year and it is for the next forty days. According to the astronomical researcher Salman Al Ramadan, the Kingdom has begun al-Bahourah period, which lasts for eight days, in which humidity will be very high, especially on the coastal areas. After that, it will be followed by "Tale' al-Hanaah" where fog and humid clouds emerge, as winds will become calm with various directions. In addition, drought will end as high humidity and temperatures will begin. "Hanaah" season will be the latest period in al Jawza; when Simoom winds increase until midnight, and cause humidity and sea storms.