In pictures: Al Sharqiyah North Governorate witness rainfall

Ibra: The states of the North Al Sharqiyah Governorate today witnessed rainfall ranging from heavy, medium to light, which led to the flow of valleys and reefs and cut off traffic on some roads linking the states, as protection dams and groundwater recharge dams in a number of states of the governorate recorded large amounts of rain. Water retained due to the flow of medicines, which led to their overflow, including the “Qafifah” dam and the “Warid” dam in the Wilayat of Ibra, and the “Al-Aqidah”, “Wadi Nam” and “Al-Rassa” dams in the Wilayat of Al-Qabil.

In the Wilayat of Al-Mudhaibi, a number of villages in the “Samd Al-Shan” district, the villages of “Wadi Andam,” and parts of the “southern” villages in the state witnessed rainfall that ranged between heavy and moderate, as a result of which the “Andam,” “Malba,” “Al-Lathali,” and “Buhasiya” valleys flooded. , “Masila al-Mallah” and other valleys and a number of reefs, where the flow of the “Al-Lathali” and “Buhasiya” valleys led to the cutting off of traffic between the states of Al-Mudaybi and Ibra.

In the Wilayat of Sinaw, rain fell that ranged between heavy and medium, as a result of which the valleys of “Al-Batha”, “Wadi Sinaw”, “Al-Oyoun” and the valleys of the villages of “Barzman and Al-Jaza” in the south of the state poured, in addition to the flow of a number of reefs, as the flow of the “Al-Batha” valleys led to Cutting off traffic between the states of Sinaw and Al-Mudaybi, and the flow of the valleys of the villages of Barzman and Al-Jaza led to cutting off traffic between the states of Sinaw and the state of Mahut in the Al-Wusta Governorate.

In the Wilayat of Ibra, rain fell that ranged between heavy and moderate, causing the reefs in the northern villages of “Al-Haima” and “Qafifeh,” and the valleys of “Warid,” “Makka,” “Jidya,” “Al-Mar,” and “Al-Wadi Al-Sharqi” to fall. It cut off traffic on the internal roads between Al-Safala and Al-Alaya. In addition, the rains during the past days led to the flooding of the Qafifa and Warid dams. In the Wilayat of Al-Qabil, moderate to heavy rain fell, causing the valleys of “Sawa,” “Al-Najd,” “Hadad,” “Al-Aqeedah,” “Al-Hamar,” and “Wadi Al-Maa” to overflow.

Al-Aqeedah and Al-Rassah were flooded with water due to the heavy rains that fell on the tops of the Eastern Hajar Mountains in the wilayats of Al-Qabil, Dimah and Al-Ta’iyin. Rain fell in the wilayat of Dimma and Al-Taiyin, ranging from heavy, medium to light rain, causing the valleys of “Qaabat,” “Ham,” “Washagh,” “Al-Arjali,” “Al-Rihani,” and “Al-Rakakiya.” Some of the valleys cut off traffic between the villages of the wilayat. . The state of Wadi Bani Khalid witnessed moderate to heavy rains, causing flooding in the valleys of Al-Shaq, Al-Sam, Abs, and Aint, in addition to the flow of reefs in a number of mountainous villages and villages in the center of the state.

On the other hand, the latest statistics indicated the amounts of rainfall in North Al Sharqiyah Governorate issued by the Ministry of Agricultural Wealth, Fisheries and Water Resources, where the state of Sinaw recorded the highest amount of rain with “80” mm, followed by the state of Al Qabil with “75” mm, then the state of Ibra with “ 52 mm, then Al Mudhaibi Wilayat had 49 mm, then Bidiya Wilayat had 36 mm, Dima and Al Tayyin Wilayat had 35 mm, and Wadi Bani Khalid Wilayat recorded an amount estimated at 29 mm.

It is worth noting that the states of the North Al Sharqiyah Governorate are affected by a depression, according to weather maps and analyzes of the National Center for Early Warning of Multiple Hazards at the Civil Aviation Authority, which the governorates of the Sultanate of Oman are currently witnessing.

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