Ibrahim Al-Jarwan, a member of the Arab Union for Astronomy and Space Sciences, expected the intensity of heat to begin in the evacuation, with the rise of the “Suhail” star in the second half of next August, while the humidity increases during this period.
He said that the current period of summer is called Waddah Al-Sahih or Al-Jamrat Al-Samour or Al-Hawarah Al-Summer, which are common names in the Arabian Gulf, and in the tongue of the Arabs, in which the heat and drought intensify to their highest levels. It is hot, and mirages are formed, and stress and fatigue are due to the intense heat during the day, which is the most severe and harmful period for plants and trees from the severity of the earth’s heat, the heat of the atmosphere and the drought.
He said that this period extends to seven or eight days in the second half of this July, when the star of “Al-Hana’a” comes at the dawn of July 16, and its period continues until July 29 with the rise of “Al-Murzam”, as the humid southeast wind (Al-Kos) begins to affect the sky. The weather in the region, and with the rise of “Suhail” in the second half of August, the humidity intensifies, and the intensity of the heat begins to clear.