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The end of the square today and the beginning of the fiftieth year of winter with “Saad the slaughterer”

Amman Today

publish date 2022-01-30 18:23:07

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The Director of the Meteorological Department, Raed Rafid Al Khattab, confirmed that the winter square of 2021/2022 ends today, Sunday, 01/30/2022.

Al-Khattab said in a press statement that the square rain usually constitutes 30% of the general seasonal rate, achieving amounts of rain around its general average for the square period in the northern, southern and eastern regions of the Kingdom. %-33%) of the general average of the rainy season, while the performance of the spring rainy season was weak in the southern Jordan Valley. During these quarters, the Al-Salt monitoring station recorded the highest total rainfall of 322.9 mm, which constitutes 63% of its general seasonal average, followed by the University of Jordan monitoring station with total rain It reached 249.7 mm, which constitutes 48% of its general seasonal average, followed by the Hussein Gardens monitoring station with a total rainfall of 246.5 mm, which constitutes 52% of its general seasonal average.

Tomorrow begins in the fiftieth year of winter for the current season 2021/2022, whose rains constitute 38% of the rain of the general rainy season, and the fiftieth year of winter lasts 50 days, and is divided into four periods, each period of twelve and a half days, and they are defined as follows:-

• The first period: Saad Zabih, which is a cold period that extends from January 31 to February 12.

• The second period: Saad Balaa, which runs from February 12-24.

• The third period: Saad Al-Saud, and it runs from February 25 to March 8.

• The fourth period: Saad Al-Khabaya, which extends from March 8 to March 20, which is the end of the fiftieth year of winter and the beginning of the spring equinox.

Al-Khattab stated that the climatic records of the Meteorological Department indicate that the average maximum temperature in the city of Amman during the fiftieth period of winter is 15.0 ° C, while the average minimum temperature for the same period is 5.0 ° C, and that the highest recorded maximum temperature in the city of Amman was on 18 03/1925 and it reached 32.2 degrees Celsius, while the lowest minimum temperature was 6.5 degrees Celsius below zero degrees Celsius on 28/02/1959. The highest daily amount of rain recorded in the city of Amman during the fiftieth winter period was 80 mm, on 03/02/1924.

At the level of the Kingdom, the Ghor Al-Safi monitoring station recorded on 15/03/2010 the highest maximum temperature during the Pentecostal period, which amounted to 40.0 °C, while the lowest minimum temperature was recorded for the same period at the Shoubak monitoring station on 06/02/1993, which amounted to 12.5 below zero Celsius. While the Tafila monitoring station recorded the highest daily rain total on 11/02/1974 and it amounted to 121 mm.

Al-Khattab added that with the end of the square and the beginning of the fifties this winter, the rain performance is considered good and about its general rates in the northern regions, including the northern valleys, and higher than its general rates in the central regions, including the central valleys, while it is still below the required level until this date in the rest of the Regions of the Kingdom, except for the city of Aqaba.

The following is the average of the total amounts of rain witnessed in the various regions of the Kingdom from the beginning of the season 2021/2022 until the beginning of the fiftieth year of winter as follows: –

• The northern regions (195.8) mm, less than the general hypothetical average to date by 3%.

• The western central regions (295.3) mm, higher than their general hypothetical average to date by 15%.

• The eastern central regions (80.9) mm, higher than its general hypothetical average for its history by 8%.

• The eastern regions (34.0) mm, less than their general hypothetical average to date by 21%.

• The northern Jordan Valley (234.6) mm, higher than its general hypothetical average for its history by 1%.

• The Central Jordan Valley (181.1) mm, higher than its general hypothetical average to date by 6%.

• The Southern Jordan Valley (6.5) mm, less than its general hypothetical average to date by 44%.

• The southwestern regions (76.7 mm), less than the general hypothetical average to date by 19%.

• The southern regions (19.2) mm, less than the general hypothetical average to date by 25%.

• Aqaba/King Hussein International Airport (26.6) mm, higher than its general hypothetical average to date by 59%.

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