According to Moj News Agency, Sadegh Ziaeian, head of the National Center for Weather Prediction and Crisis Management, said: “Today (June 6) in the afternoon and early evening in some parts of the northwest, west, provinces on the slopes of the Zagros and the heights of the central Alborz, clouds Rain showers, occasional thunderstorms and temporary strong winds and the possibility of dust are forecast.
He added: “This situation is forecast for Monday and Tuesday (June 16 and 17) in addition to these areas in the heights and slopes of Alborz in the provinces of Gilan, Mazandaran, Golestan and some parts of the center and Wednesday in some parts of the northeast and northwest of the country.”
He emphasized: During the next three days (Monday to Wednesday, June 6 to 7) in some parts of the northeast, east and southeast in some hours, strong winds and dust will occur, which will be accompanied by dust storms in Zabul region. Was. Also, winds with dust and reduced air quality are forecast for the provinces of West Azerbaijan, Kurdistan, Kermanshah, لام Ilam and Khuzestan.
Ziaeian continued: The air temperature will decrease significantly from Tuesday (June 17) in Gilan and from Wednesday (June 18) in Ardabil, Mazandaran and Golestan.
He stated about the weather situation in Tehran during the next two days: The sky of Tehran tomorrow (June 6) is slightly cloudy to partly cloudy and sometimes strong wind with the possibility of rain and dust with a minimum temperature of 25 and a maximum temperature of 37 degrees Celsius and during Tuesday (17) June) Partly cloudy and sometimes cloudy with the possibility of strong winds and the possibility of dust with a minimum temperature of 25 and a maximum temperature of 37 degrees Celsius.
The head of the National Center for Prediction and Crisis Management of Weather Risk stated at the end: طی Today and tomorrow (June 16 and 17), Ahvaz is the hottest center with a temperature of 49 degrees Celsius and Shahrekord is the coldest center of the country with a temperature of 7 degrees Celsius.