Heavy Rains Caused Flooding In Najran, Saudi Arabia


Torrential rains caused flooding in the city of Najran in southwestern Saudi Arabia.

The rains were triggered by a storm system from the Mediterranean Sea, which merged with the cold front, bringing humid and windy conditions from Turkey to Saudi Arabia.

This caused an unregulated weather pattern that developed across the region, with other countries such as Egypt and Iran already affected.

Rainy weather is likely to persist in some areas until the end of this week.

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