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In some parts of the country, the visibility is often zero. As the wind gets stronger and the waves get rougher, the visibility at sea also decreases.
In addition, northwesterly winds can reach between 13 and 23 nautical miles, sometimes up to 31 nautical miles. Distance is between 4 and 8 km and in some places less than 2 km. Today’s daytime temperature is 41 degrees Celsius.
Drivers must be careful during these times. People with asthma and allergies should avoid exposure and direct dusting. The Meteorological Department has warned of strong winds from today until the end of this week.
Meanwhile, air traffic through Kuwait International Airport was disrupted yesterday due to strong dust storms. As part of this, it has decided to suspend some services. The decision was taken by the Kuwait Directorate General of Civil Aviation. Flights arriving at Kuwait International Airport and departing flights were grounded due to strong dust storms.
It has been experiencing strong dust storms since last day. The decision to suspend services was made because the pilots’ vision was disrupted. Feeling a strong dust storm. As part of this, it was decided to suspend air traffic. Imad al-Jalawi, deputy director general of the Air Navigation Services Division at the Kuwait Directorate General of Civil Aviation, said all services would be affected as flights were suspended.
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This was stated in a press release issued by Aviation in this regard. The airline said in a statement that it would review the flight only if the weather returned to normal. Kuwait has a dust storm of more than 50 kilometers per hour.
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