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UAE weather: Storms hit parts of the country last night and more rain expected today – News

Published: Tuesday, November 7, 2023, 7:41

Last update: Tuesday, November 7, 2023, 8:46 am

Make sure you take an umbrella today as convective clouds may form causing showers in some coastal areas, north and east, which could extend to some inland areas.

Storms hit parts of the United Arab Emirates last night, causing flooding on roads in Ajman. Storm Center turned to X to share some videos of the “dangerous” weather.

Check out the video below:

Downpours also fell in some parts of Dubai last night. According to the MNC, it rained near Muhaisnah and Al Twar around 2:30 in the morning.

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In another video, Storm Center showed heavy rain from inside a car traveling on a main road. Look the following video:

According to the NCM, today will be partly cloudy to cloudy at times.

Light to moderate northwest winds will blow, fresh to strong at times, with clouds causing dust and sand.

Temperatures could reach up to 35ºC in the country. The mercury is expected to reach 31ºC in Abu Dhabi and Dubai.

However, temperatures could drop to 24ºC in Abu Dhabi and Dubai, and 12ºC in mountainous regions.

Humidity levels will range between 35 and 70 percent in Abu Dhabi and between 30 and 70 percent in Dubai.

Conditions at sea will be moderate to rough at times with clouds in the Arabian Gulf and light to moderate in the Oman Sea.

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