From the good Kuwait Meteorological Center page. this afternoon at 2:00 p.m.
This is the season of sarrayat ( Local thunderstorms),they usually develop in the afternoon or during night and are occasionally accompanied with severe dust storms during which visibility may fall to zero.
It hasn’t rained properly in two years. This is more what the annual rain should be.
The Kuwait Agriculture and Food Directory has climate information indicates we may be right on track for normal weather this year meaning we will get rain as in a normal year instead of none like the last two years.
As if it hasn’t started already. This is in the Kuwait Times today: KUWAIT, June 5 (KUNA) — Al Bawareh sandstorm season started in Kuwait on Thursday, Meteorologist Adel Al-Saadoun told reporters here. “The season, locally known as summer “Merbi’yania,” usually lasts for 40 days,” he noted. “The storms are caused by fast northeastern winds […]
There was a short and wild dust storm last week. And apparently the dust is not clean desert sand. Read the following: Not your Kuwaiti Dust Storm Â« Here There and Everywhere