Dubai is bracing for cooler temperatures. Heavy rain is expected in parts of the UAE

Dubai is bracing for cooler temperatures. Heavy rain is expected in parts of the UAE

Residents of the UAE can expect cooler temperatures in the coming days, but the weather in the country is expected to remain unpredictable.

Temperatures in Dubai are expected to be relatively cold on Thursday, dropping 2 to 4 degrees Celsius until Friday. The mercury is expected to hover around 25 degrees Celsius, with evening temperatures expected to drop to 17 degrees Celsius. Additionally, heavy rain is expected in Ras Al Khaimah, while light rain is possible in some parts of the emirate.

“There will be moderate to low cloud cover over land and sea on Thursday.” Some rain is expected as the pressure profile develops and moves steadily towards the coastal areas between Abu Dhabi and Dubai. This is because a westward-moving low pressure system will quickly pass over the United Arab Emirates. From early today (Thursday), this pressure pattern will move quickly across the region, potentially bringing rain to some parts of the coast and north.Khaleej Times reported citing the National Weather Service

Rainfall expected in Ras Al Khaimah

“Clouds are expected to spread mainly over the Ras Al Khaimah region, with an increased chance of precipitation, especially in the northern regions of the UAE.” It then slowly moves eastward. , which will affect certain areas of Fujairah.

We will move out of the country on Friday morning, with light rain expected in the morning. “The seas in the Arabian Gulf tomorrow will be rough or very rough,” he added.

Dubai experienced heavy rains in early November, leading to reports of flooding across the emirate. 4,444 4,444 Motorists struggled on flooded roads in Sharjah and Ajman as they battled heavy rains. Umm Al Quwain faced dark skies and torrential rain with showers that hit Khor Fakkan on the east coast of the United Arab Emirates. 4,444 4,444 Footage on social media also shows water flowing through wadis in the emirate’s north, with authorities repeatedly warning people to avoid the area during heavy rains.

End of the autumn season

Habib highlighted the onset of winter, also emphasizing that the UAE is at the end of the autumn season and that winter will officially begin around December 22-23.

The weather forecaster said: “Temperatures in the country are average for now. In fact, they were slightly above average. This situation is likely to continue with sporadic temperature declines, with the third week of December You will experience it for several more days until it begins.

“January is typically the coldest month of the year in the UAE, and February is also cooler than December,” he added.

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