Urgent Emirates: Good news awaits citizens and residents of the country due to the appearance of a heavenly sign
Tamim Al-Tamimi, a member of the Emirates Astronomical Society, used a telescope to capture the rising of the star Suhail this morning, August 27, at dawn.
Using an automated telescope, the star "Suhail" was located on top of Jebel Jais in Ras Al Khaimah. Some of the participating observers were able to see the star Suhail with their naked eyes.
The Arabs are celebrating the appearance of this star, which is a sign of the end of the heat, the beginning of the receding of high temperatures, the beginning of an improvement in the weather, and the start of the agricultural season, according to Ibrahim Al-Jarwan, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Emirates Astronomy Society and a member of the Arab Federation for Astronomy and Space Sciences.
He continued by saying that the start of the season of zero, or Lusfri as it is known locally, coincides with the ascent of the star Suhail. It will take 40 days for it to rise, during which time the weather won't get hot or mild, after which it will become mild starting in the middle of October, when the marking season starts, and will last for roughly 100 days after Suhail has risen.
People consult the celebrity "Suhail" for advice.
He emphasised that one of the brightest stars in the sky and Suhail among the Arabs is the star of Suhail, whose rising the Arabs exult in the clarity of the heat, the refraction of the strength of the heat, and the beginning of spring and rain. Yemen points south as it rises from the south and appears across from the North Pole Star. Regarding the South Pole itself, it is not visible in the sky over the United Arab Emirates, and unlike the North Pole, there is no particular star that points in the direction of the South Pole.
According to him, the star Suhail will be visible above the horizon during the night in the middle of the Arabian Peninsula from the end of August to the end of April. As a result, it will be visible at dawn in September and October, at midnight in December and January, and at the start of the night in March and April.
And from the beginning of May to the middle of August, the star "Suhail" remains above the horizon for the central Arabian Peninsula for a period of about eight and a half months, for a duration of about seven hours per day, and these hours may be during the day, making it impossible to see.
Low temperatures and moderate weather.
He noted that as the Suhail star rises, "Al-Kous" winds, which are southeast winds with high humidity, blow, helping to form low clouds along the eastern slopes. These winds also signal the beginning of mild weather and a drop in temperatures, as well as the seasonal India depression weakening and moving south. Drizzle precipitation known as "Al-Kous clouds" may accompany it for the Hajar Mountains in Oman and the Emirates.
Active "roih" or "summer winds" cause local storms, strong downward winds, cumulus clouds, and intense thunderstorms in the central mountainous regions of the Emirates from the city of Al Dhaid to the city of Al Ain. These winds also affect areas around the Hajar Mountains in the Emirates and Oman. "Habayeb Suhail" winds, which are brisk and moderate, blow, calming the weather.
Heat waves may occur within the time frame starting with Suhail's rise and ending with the autumnal equinox on September 23. The heat that is moisture-saturated also gets worse. Date-based molasses, commonly known as "Harrat Al-Masateh".