Kuwaiti temperatures continued to break records, exceeding 50 degrees Celsius, with Al Jahra station recording 53 degrees, followed by Al Sulaibiya station 52.1 degrees.
Kuwait recorded the highest temperatures on earth Sunday, reports a local Arabic newspaper, according to Eldorado Weather (http://www.eldoradoweather.com).
Dirar Al-Ali, a meteorological department observer, said Monday that forecasts indicate very hot and humid weather, especially in coastal areas.
According to him, the weather will be very hot from Tuesday to Thursday, with northwesterly winds becoming active and the possibility of dust being raised, which will reduce horizontal visibility. Some areas may experience temperatures ranging from 48 to 50 degrees Celsius.