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    Indian weather is being warm day by day but KSA weather is cool in April month also

    Indian weather is becoming warmer day by day, but in KSA the weather is cool in the month of April also. Previously when we came to Saudi, it was too hot weather in April, but nowadays it is cool compared to India. Why India's warm weather is increasing and the KSA warm weather is decreasing? Can weather experts give their views on this?
  • #661661
    As per the historic data the average temperatures are high in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia generally from May to September. April and October are the month of transitions.

    So sometimes it may not be so hot in April and October.

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  • #661671
    Santosh Kumar Singh,
    Kindly correct your Whether as Weather. Though we can understand your intention, such spelling mistakes won't be tolerated by the English readers.

    @ Sorry for correcting you here. My earlier attempt to correct your English through a PM failed.

    Editors on the line should also try to correct such serious spelling mistakes.

    No life without Sun

  • #661675
    KSA being a desert and arid area has a different type of climate. Here the night temperature goes down and becomes pleasant even in the summer time.

    So days are hot but morning and evening will be moderate.

    This could be a reason why we can not relate the KSA weather with our weather on one to one basis.

    Knowledge is power.

  • #661690
    A similar topic is being discussed here. Members are requested to check the latest threads (at least) before submitting fresh ones.

    Santosh, you should have posted your view as a response therein instead of raising a fresh thread.

    'Real knowledge is to know the extent of one's ignorance' - Confucious.


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