Saudi Gazette report
RIYADH — The Makkah area recorded the very best quantity of 60.0 mm rainfall on Saturday. It reached 60.0 mm in Wadi Mina, and 43.0 mm within the Al-Rusaifah neighborhood, based on a report of the Ministry of Surroundings, Water and Agriculture.
The portions of rainfall obtained in all areas of the Kingdom have been monitored by way of 48 hydrological and climatic monitoring stations. Kaakiya of Makkah recorded 39.4 mm rain, the central Haram space 31.8 mm, Al-Sharai’e 31.1 mm, and Arafat 30.0 mm, whereas Taif governorate recorded 22.2 mm. Within the Jeddah governorate, King Abdullah College of Science and Expertise in Thuwal recorded 18.8 mm, Jamia district 13.0 mm, and Bani Malik district 8.6 mm.
Within the Jazan area, Sabya recorded 23.1 mm, and Sanbah – Abu Arish 18.0 mm. Within the Madinah area Khaybar recorded 5.6 mm, and Quba 5.0 mm. Within the Hail area, Al Rawdah recorded 10.8 mm and Baqaa 2.8 mm. Within the Najran area, Najran Airport recorded 2.0 mm, and Bir Askar 1.2 mm, whereas Al-Jouf area recorded 2.2 mm in Tabarjal, and 0.8 mm in Al-Issawiya of Qurayyat. The southern Asir area recorded 1.4 mm within the two valleys of Ahad Rufaidah, whereas Mughaira Al-Tubaiq within the Tabuk area recorded 1.2 mm, the ministry report identified.