From Tuesday, Saudi Arabia will experience a biting cold season.

According to Saudi weather experts, this year’s winter, which will feature a season of bitter cold, will begin in the Kingdom on Tuesday, December 7. Most sections of the Kingdom will experience a significant drop in temperature during the season. According to Abdul Aziz Al-Hussaini, a researcher in weather and climate studies and a member of the Saudi Committee for Nomenclature of Distinguished Climatic Conditions, the 39-day period known as Al-Murabaniyah will begin this year on December 7, which is the genuine start of the winter season.

According to Al-Hussaini, the astronomical winter, or the Winter Solstice, will begin on Tuesday, December 21, and will mark the shortest day and longest night of the year in the northern hemisphere. He claims that three stars pervade Al-Murabaniyah, each with 13 days, for a total of 39 days, and that this time is good for wheat growing. Following them, the day tends to lengthen at the cost of the night, which is assumed to be frigid, especially when arctic or Siberian winds blow.

It is worth noting that Al-Murabaniyah, which begins with the Winter Solstice, is a 39-day period of extreme cold that lasts from December 22 to January 31. This time of year is marked by extreme cold and the possibility of heavy snowfall. During this season, the weather is at its coldest, with daytime temperatures plummeting dramatically.

According to the National Center of Meteorology, Saudi Arabia will likely have a brutal winter with temperatures falling below 0 degrees Celsius. The center’s spokesman, Hussain Al-Qahtani, linked this to the world’s harsh climate occurrences.

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