The UAE is set to experience unstable weather conditions for five days, starting from Monday and continuing until next Friday, according to the National Centre of Meteorology (NCM).
During this period in UAE, cumulus clouds and rainfall are expected to occur in various parts of the country. On Tuesday, these conditions are expected in the east and may extend to inland areas.
From Wednesday to Friday, more clouds will form in different regions, often accompanied by varying-intensity rainfall, lightning, thunder, and even hail at times.
Wind patterns will vary, and the sea may become rough at times in the Arabian Gulf. The NCM will closely monitor the situation and advise the public to follow their updates while cautioning against spreading rumors.
Today, heavy rains with hail affected several areas in the country, with varying temperatures recorded, including a low of 18.9 degrees Celsius in Jebel Jais and a high of 40.2 degrees Celsius in Al Dhaid.
Motorists are urged to exercise caution during the rainy weather and avoid puddles and flooded valleys. Abu Dhabi Police have also advised motorists to adhere to electronic traffic signs displaying varying speed limits.
The weather forecast for the coming days includes partly cloudy to cloudy conditions with a likelihood of cumulus clouds and rain, and changing wind patterns. The sea will experience regular to moderate waves, potentially becoming rough in the Arabian Gulf.
Via: Gulf Today