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UAE weather: Yellow alert issued as rains lash country – News

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Published: Thursday February 1, 2024, 7:30 am

The day will be partially cloudy in some areas, especially in the north and east, with precipitation, according to the National Center of Meteorology.

Light to moderate cooling winds will blow, especially over the sea, causing gusts of dust and sand.

Last night the United Arab Emirates witnessed rain in several parts of the country. The NCM has also issued an alert to residents, informing them about the formation of convective clouds. The alert reads: “Formation of convective clouds over some coastal areas, extending towards the north and east, associated with rain and fresh to strong winds with a speed of 55 kmph causing dust, reduced horizontal visibility and rough seas , from 9:00 pm on Wednesday until 6:00 pm on Friday.”

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The alert has been issued for the areas marked in the image below:

Temperatures could reach up to 32ºC in the country. The mercury is expected to rise to 31ºC in Abu Dhabi and 25ºC in Dubai.

However, temperatures could drop to 20ºC in Abu Dhabi and 22ºC in Dubai and 10ºC in internal areas.

Humidity levels will range between 35 and 70 percent in Abu Dhabi and 55 and 85 percent in Dubai.

Conditions at sea will be moderate to harsh in the Arabian Gulf and light to moderate in the Oman Sea.

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