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Heavy rains, flowing wadis reported in various governorates

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Muscat: Muscat: Rustaq, which has been among the hottest places in the country, received around 35 mm of rainfall on Saturday, followed by Yanqul (30 mm), Ibri (25 mm), Ibra (16mm) and Ibra (15 mm).


No untoward incidents were reported due to rains and flowing wadis.


Heavy rains have been reported from Suhar (North al Batinah), Jalan Bani Bu Hassan (South Sharqiyah), and Wadi al Madam in the wilayat of Al Hamra, while the flowing Wadi Bani Ghafir saw disruption in road traffic between Rustaq and Ibri.


In the Governorate of Dhofar, several wilayats witnessed sporadic rainfall, especially in the coastal areas.


The wilayat of Rakhyut recorded the highest amount of rain, 59 mm, during the period June 5 and 7.


The Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries, and Water Resources will discharge about 15 million cubic meters of water from the Wadi Dayqah Dam till June 23 for the benefit of the farmers of Qurayyat.


The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has warned of thunderstorm clouds accompanied by varying-intensity (15–35 mm) rains on Saturday.


The governorates to be affected were areas around Hajar mountains, North al Batinah, South al Batinah, Al Dakhiliyah, North al Sharqiah, Al Dhahirah Al Buraimi, South al Sharqiyah Muscat, and Al Wusta The Met has warned of the possibility of flash floods (from wadis), poor horizontal visibility, and hail. There were reports of a strong storm blowing the wilayat of Adam due to heavy rains falling around the Hajar Mountains


Wilayat of Adam
Wilayat of Adam




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